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TV production in the north east has received a boost after Northumberland County Council became part of a new partnership encouraging filming in the area.
BBC America is one of the several international broadcasters to pick up an inspirational new football-themed documentary.
IWC Media is to send DVDs of its Channel 4 science series Genius Of Britain to every secondary school in the UK, in a bid to inspire scientists of the future.
Bafta-winning Dragonfly founders Nick Curwin and Magnus Temple have launched a new indie, The Garden, backed by ITV Studios Global Entertainment.
Bafta-nominated actor Michael Sheen is just one of the star names in a raft of new BBC Radio 2 documentaries, unveiled today.
BBC1 has commissioned a second extended series of consumer show Rip-Off Britain.
BBC4 has ordered a new series to examine how the imagery and architecture of English parish churches have affected people throughout history.
Extras star Ashley Jensen is coming back to the BBC as the star of a new 60-minute comedy pilot.
CBeebies preschool series Waybuloo has been picked up for broadcast on two channels in Italy.
BBC Worldwide has made two senior appointments to oversee sales across key European territories.
BBC1 controller Jay Hunt is to provide insight into what she considers the anatomy of a good TV idea in an RTS event later this month.
The BBC has joined forces with training organisation Skillset for a series of new bespoke professional development courses, some of which will be made available to workers throughout the media.
Rights.tv is expanding its London office by working with former Hit Entertainment and BBC exec Jan Rowland as a consultant.
ITV has bagged a new ad-funded football documentary that ties in with this summer’s World Cup and promises to reveal why England misses so many penalties
The X Factor is making its way onto games consoles in a new deal signed by FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME) and games manufacturer Deep Silver.
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