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12 Yard Productions is up for sale, with first round bids from interested parties expected by the end of this week.
Support for Mark Thompson plummeted this week ahead of the unveiling of the corporation’s strategy to staff.
BBC Films has been restructured following last month’s news that boss David Thompson has quit.
BBC Radio 5 Live veteran Jane Garvey is to join Radio 4's Woman's Hourteam as a presenter, replacing Martha Kearney who left in April to become the main presenter of World at One. [ALL]
The BBC has drafted in a new head of digital media technology, Anthony Rose, who is responsible for delivering the 'next generation' of BBC iPlayer. [ALL]
Twofour Broadcast has hired former Leopard Films head of programmes Bernard Periatambee as a development executive. [ALL]
Virgin Media is considering launching a news channel to rival Sky News with ITN as its content supplier.
The sale of Who Do You Think You Are?producer Wall to Wall has been kick-started with an information memorandum sent to interested parties.
Kevin Macdonald, whose Oscar-winning documentary One Day in Septemberappeared on Storyvillelast year, has hit out at the BBC claiming it has 'forgotten its remit to produce informative programmes'.
BBC2 has commissioned a daytime quiz series designed to exercise the brain.
Sky One will celebrate capturing Prison Breakfrom Five by airing a 60-minute special on the show the day before it screens the first episode of season three.
Kevin Macdonald, whose Oscar-winning documentary One Day in Septemberappeared on Storyvillelast year, has hit out at the BBC, claiming it has 'forgotten its remit to produce informative programmes'. [ALL]
BSkyB chief executive James Murdoch has said that the satellite broadcaster decided against launching premium-rate phone quizzes on its channels because they felt 'pretty sleazy'. [ALL]
The fifth series of Doctor Whohas been postponed by a year, throwing David Tennant's future as the Timelord into further doubt. [ALL]
Sky News has apologised for airing photographs of Princess Diana being given oxygen at the scene of the Paris car crash that lead to her death. [ALL]
The launch director behind Freeview, Emma Scott, has been given the managing director job at Freesat, BBC and ITV's planned free-to-view satellite service. [ALL]
Virgin Radio boss Paul Jackson has quit to join GCap as managing director of Capital Radio. [ALL]
Sky News has opted out of broadcasting live coverage of the Princess Diana service of thanksgiving - a move that has stunned rival newscasters. [ALL]
Edinburgh:'So are you going to sack Paxo?' the BBC chairman Sir Michael Lyons was asked by a fellow Edinburgh festival-goer following Jeremy Paxman's hard-hitting MacTaggart lecture.
BBC1 has given the greenlight to Bone Kickers, a new drama from the co-creators of Life on Mars.[ALL]
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