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Fox International Channels (FIC) is on the brink of launching a free-to-air channel with a raft of National Geographic factual content, as the battle for the free-to-air market heats up.
MONDAY: Channel 4 fishing documentary The Catch netted 1.5m as AMC launched with zombie spin-off Fear The Walking Dead.
Mobile operator EE has unveiled a host of mobile-first features designed to help personalise its fledgling TV service.
CBS Drama is to launch on Freeview, backed by the launch of several high-profile series including Sex and The City and Californication.
BBC3’s HD slot could be leased to commercial rivals following the decision to close the linear channel.
Premier League club Norwich City’s pre-season friendlies are to be aired on Norfolk’s local TV channel Mustard TV.
Former Channel 5 owner Richard Desmond has slammed the BBC over the licence fee deal and accused it of peddling pornography.
Streaming content is set to be the next big thing, says Kate Bulkley
The BBC will lose control over the TV rights to the Olympic Games from 2022 after Discovery struck a €1.3bn (£920m) deal to broadcast the event across 50 European territories.
US sci-fi drama The 100 became E4’s most successful programme launch with 1.7 million (8%) overnight viewers in July 2014.
CBBC was a clear winner in this category, with the judges waxing lyrical about its brave, original commissioning and brilliant programming.
Alan Yentob has made a plea to the government not to “squander” support for the licence fee and the BBC’s contribution to the UK’s thriving creative industries and during charter renewal.
UK free-to-air broadcaster CBS Reality is ramping up its original commissioning drive with a ten-part crime doc from Sky Vision.
The launch of ITVBe has helped the ITV family grow its share of audience – but has put a sizeable dent in the ratings of sister channel ITV2.
The Digital Television Group (DTG) has launched D-Book 8, the latest version of its technical specifications, which include guidance for supporting Freeview Play and managing the Ofcom-announced clearance of the 700MHz frequency band.
An at-a-glance guide to the key points submitted to Ofcom by the industry’s major players
Viacom-owned Spike is on the hunt for male-skewing entertainment and factual entertainment formats to complement its launch line-up of original commissions and US acquisitions.
Viacom’s Spike has acquired critically-acclaimed US drug drama Breaking Bad and ordered its first UK commission ahead of its launch next month.
Kate Bulkley speaks to Viacom execs about plans to appeal to a younger audience and increase audience share
The Horror Channel is to be made available in around 17m extra homes after striking a deal to launch on Freeview.
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