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BBC2 50th anniversary quiz All About Two and BT Sport documentary An Ordinary Hero are among the programmes and films shortlisted for this year’s Focal International Awards.
Channel 4 and National Geographic are to investigate whether it is possible to “surf ” on the roof of a train travelling at 120mph in a six-part daredevil stunt series.
Marvellous, Harry Paul’s Story of the Twos and Happy Valley have all received three nominations for the Royal Television Society Awards 2013/14.
BVE 2015: Arrow Media co-creative director Tom Brisley and Keo Films managing director Debbie Manners are among the speakers at this year’s BVE.
SATURDAY: ITV dating format Take Me Out returned for a seventh series with its joint lowest-ever opening performance and over 1m down from last year’s debut.
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Former BBC Productions chief creative officer Pat Younge and ex-Boom Pictures boss Lorraine Heggessey are to help Channel 4 ramp up its indie investment push.
Glue producer Eleven Film has become the first drama indie to win investment from Channel 4.
Channel 4 has ordered a one-off weather documentary from Arrow Media, the first time that the broadcaster has commissioned a show from one of its Growth Fund indies.
Channel 4 has hailed its Growth Fund as an example of creative risk-taking and revealed that it plans to relinquish its production sector investments after five years.
Leftfield Entertainment is starting to develop more UK projects after ITV’s $360m (£222m) acquisition of the US production company earlier this year.
Live From Space producer Arrow Media is moving into crime documentaries for the first time with a six-part commission from North America.
C5’s reality show accounts for five of the top 10 programmes in the table
Channel 4 is eyeing its own interpretation of the British Film Institute’s (BFI) three-tick initiative to give its diversity credentials a shot in the arm.
True North co-founder Glyn Middleton has left the indie after 13 years following investment secured from Channel 4.
TUESDAY: The 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards highlights show peaked with 240,000 viewers after moving to Sky Living from 5 USA.
MacTaggart: Channel 4 chief executive David Abraham has demanded that Sky pay to carry its services and argued that it should be handed the chance to strike “more flexible deals” with the rapidly consolidating indie sector.
Channel 4 chief creative officer Jay Hunt has dismissed the threat of Channel 5, claiming that she is “less worried” about the channel than at any other time in her role.
David Abraham’s MacTaggart will make case for investment plan
Live from Space indie Arrow Media and The Valleys producer True North are among the first companies to win investment from Channel 4’s £20m Growth Fund.
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