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Studio Lambert’s chief executive and US president talk to Balihar Khalsa about the indie’s success across the pond, its strength in creating global formats – and its move into scripted
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History doc makers need to think like action movie directors, says Ben Goold
Tracing origins of iconic inventions was vast challenge, says series producer James Buchanan.
Discovery’s US and International divisions have teamed up to launch a social media campaign to support Nutopia’s forthcoming series How We Invented The World.
Mipcom: Arrow Media is making a Group M factual series for Channel 5 that will be the first title to be distributed by Paul Heaney’s new TCB Media Rights.
BBC Academy’s Linda Green asks five of the UK’s best-known creative leaders how they led creative change in their industries
BSkyB is planning to generate more awareness of Sky Atlantic programming by running selected content on flagship channel Sky 1.
Nutopia executive producer Phil Craig is leaving the indie to take up a commissioning post as head of factual at ABC TV in Australia.
Nutopia has reshaped its management team with a raft of promotions and two appointments.
Fledgling indie Current Sponge has hired the BBC executive producer behind Terry Pratchett: Choosing To Die and rebranded as Sundog Pictures .
Managing director Laura Franses has left Nutopia, the mega-doc producer she co-founded with Jane Root in 2008.
Former BBC2 controller and Nutopia founder Jane Root tells Chris Curtis about widening the indie’s scope – and why history documentaries can have broad appeal.
Discovery Networks International has ordered 20 hours of content from indie Maverick Television, as Julian Bellamy outlined the broadcaster’s “step change in ambitions” at the Broadcast Business Breakfast.
Nutopia has hired the head of specialist factual development at Fremantle Media UK’s Boundless to executive produce its new commission for Nat Geo US.
Nutopia is to use its mega-doc formula to investigate the cultural, political and financial impact of the 1980s for Nat Geo US.
Victory Television is aiming to bolster its popular factual slate and has hired David DeHaney to spearhead the plans.
A+E Networks UK’s vice-president of programming says the group’s four channels have more in common than many people think – and he’s hoping to do some cross-pollination.
Homosexuality is the last great taboo in football – which made producing a doc about it genuinely challenging, writes David DeHaney .
Nutopia’s latest mega-doc will be a 12-hour series for History detailing the building of the Pyramids, the construction of the Great Wall of China and the creation of Easter Island statues.
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