Channel 5 is planning to turn its in-house production division into an independent unit capable of pitching its brand of tabloid telly to rival broadcasters.
North One, Blink Films and Red House are among the indies to have won business as Channel 4 head of features Gill Wilson overhauls her slate.
Broadcast has launched a tablet app, available exclusively to subscribers, that will feature extended overnight ratings data each morning.
ITV Studios generated almost half its revenue overseas in the first six months of 2014 as its international operations grew significantly.
BT recorded its slowest quarter of growth for its TV business for over a year as the Premier League season drew to a close.
Breaking Bad broadcaster AMC is reportedly in talks to acquire a significant stake in US cable channel BBC America.
Chris Evans has recorded the largest-ever audience figures recorded by Rajar, after his BBC Radio 2 Breakfast Show pulled in 9.91m listeners.
ITV2 has ordered an extended second run of documentary series Freshers to air later this year.
Sky 1 is to remake US entertainment format King Of The Nerds after striking a deal with Ben Silverman’s Electus and Objective Productions.
Spirit Digital Media has launched a YouTube channel fronted by TV and radio presenter Zoe Ball.
The bidders who lost out to London Live for the capital’s local TV licence are expected to object to Ofcom after the broadcaster asked for permission to cut its hours of local content.
Scripted shows and wildlife programming could benefit from immersive virtual reality (VR) experiences, according to Jaunt, the US company in which Sky has invested more than £400,000.
CBeebies is preparing to launch a Storytime app that is designed to improve the reading ability of young children.
Channel 4 has rejigged its commissioning team, moving Tom Beck from entertainment to factual entertainment to cover Tina Flintoff ’s maternity leave.
Red Bull will launch its linear TV channel in the UK next autumn, and the first details of its programming line-up are starting to emerge.
WEDNESDAY: BBC2’s three-part history documentary of The Stuarts got underway with 1.3m - down on the channel’s audience for The Plantagenets earlier this year.
The latest edition of Talking TV runs the rule over the BBC Trust’s television services review and Sky’s 70% stake in Love Productions.
Local station is not living up to its promise of community-led content, says Jonathan Kaye