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E4 has ordered a long-running structured reality series described as “the real life Glee”.
Knickerbockerglory is to apply the ‘down-the-lens’ technique of its Channel 5 documentary I’m An Alcoholic: My Name Is… to five further subject areas.
Equipment hire firm Craftkit has appointed Jason Rich as its first director of sales.
FRIDAY: Have I Got News For You returned to BBC1 and loosened Gogglebox’s stranglehold on the Friday night 9pm slot.
Channel 5 is a broadcaster in transition, and while many of its main suppliers remained the same in 2015, it has started to get to grips with life under its new owner.
With commissions ranging from blue-light formats to docs, drama and children’s, these seven indies were the year’s fastest-growing UK production companies with turnovers below £20m
Channel 5 has supersized the third series of Knickerbockerglory’s fixed-rig format GPs: Behind Closed Doors.
TLC is aiming to improve the gender parity of its audience with original UK commissions fronted by “relatable” British talent.
Channel 4 is to transform its online non-scripted comedy Lookalikes into a 30-minute special for linear television.
The BBC has kicked off a trial of messaging app SnapChat to support BBC3 reality show South Side Story.
RTS Award-winning colourist Enge Gray has joined Platform Post.
The success of ob docs such as Royal Marines Commando School is driving fixed-rig innovation.
Knickerbockerglory is to make two further Jodie Marsh-fronted documentaries for female-skewing channel TLC.
Raw TV and Firecracker Films are among the indies to have picked up commissions from Channel 4 Education as the broadcaster launches an online hub, Am I Normal.
TLC UK is extending its relationship with glamour model-turned-bodybuilder Jodie Marsh with two new documentary shows.
Crackit Productions has hired Hannah Springham, one of the founding producers of Jonathan Stadlen’s indie Knickerbockerglory.
BBC3 has turned to the producer of Pineapple Dance Studios to launch its first scripted reality show, which will be set in the creative heart of Brixton.
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