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Alaska TV is to deliver an ob-doc about pizza chain Domino’s to Channel 4.
Channel 5 is searching for more crystal-covered dummies and spray-tanned babies after ordering a three-part run of Alaska TV’s Blinging Up Baby.
Alaska TV, the indie behind Channel 5’s Blinging Up Baby, is developing a TV series based on Twitter feed Very British Problems.
A+E Networks UK’s Crime Investigation (CI) channel is on the hunt for real-life versions of Sherlock and Broadchurch as part of its 50 hours a year of original commissions.
Ofcom is to investigate whether Channel 5 documentary Blinging Up Baby broke broadcasting rules on protecting the welfare of children.
A+E Networks UK bosses including Heather Jones are to reveal their commissioning priorities at the latest Broadcast Business Breakfast next week.
Channel 5’s controversial reality series Blinging Up Baby is set to be remade in the US as part of a Zodiak Rights funding strategy.
MONDAY: Channel 5 and BBC3 performed solidly with tabloid TV documentaries Blinging Up Baby and Tulisa: The Price of Fame.
John Sergeant is to tour Britain’s canals in an eight-part series for ITV from Alaska TV.
UK multichannel broadcasters spent just short of £600m on original commissions last year, helped by new entrants such as Fox and Lifetime.
Irish broadcaster TV3 has commissioned a local version of Gogglebox as part of its latest slate of programming.
Irish broadcaster TV3 has ordered a Duck Dynasty-style reality series from UK indie Alaska TV as part of its drive to commission more British producers.
Key execs from BBC Worldwide, Shine, All3Media, Channel 5 and Sky will be speaking at Broadcast’s inaugural International TV Forum, which launches in June.
Alex Zane is to return to his comedy roots with a new stand-up series for London Live.
Lifetime is launching its first original commission The Proposers, produced by Alaska TV, later this month.
Following last month’s launch of Lifetime, the MD discusses finding the right content for the UK
British actress, ventriloquist and comedian Nina Conti is to front a Mr and Mrs-style BBC1 comedy gameshow pilot.
Babies wearing mini Louboutin shoes are to be the subject of Channel 5’s latest documentary, Blinging Up Baby.
James Nesbitt is to tour New Zealand for ITV, offering a unique perspective on the country he adopted as a temporary home during the production of The Hobbit film.
The Krays stars Gary and Martin Kemp have returned to gangland with a new series for Crime Investigation Network, Gangs of Britain.
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