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As US broadcaster PBS prepares to launch its first UK channel, Alex Farber talks to president Paula Kerger, while channel head Richard Kingsbury describes the task of setting up from scratch.
Balihar Khalsa speaks to Open Mike’s head of production about putting stand-up on TV and the benefits of a strong talent roster.
‘Tenacious with a smile’ is how C4 News’ first female presenter in more than a decade sums up her style. She tells Lisa Campbell why holding politicians to account demands ‘a sense of fun’.
From their Devon base, Great Western Features has recreated cinema’s golden age on a comedy budget. Robin Parker finds The Comic Strip creative forces enjoying a new lease of life.
AJE’s director of programming challenges the stereotype of the Qatar-based broadcaster as focused on the Middle East. “We’re changing the way the world is reported.”
The writer of BBC1’s Hidden and C4’s Top Boy tells Chris Curtis why he’s uncomfortable taking creative control and likes to keep people guessing both on and off screen.
Lookout Point’s chief exec tells Jake Kanter there has never been a better time to be involved in international drama co-productions.
The inside view from the Disney ABC exec and Mipcom’s personality of the year.
Left Bank’s co-founders are determined not to let Zen’s demise overshadow their global successes, including an ambitious ‘game of Risk’ with HBO.
Peep Show creators Jesse Armstrong and Sam Bain are navigating the tricky waters of comedy-drama on new series Fresh Meat - and this time they’re sharing the load.
This is a golden era for the television, advertising titan Sir John Hegarty tells Lisa Campbell, but to get the best from your creative teams, you need “motivation not subjugation”.
Just 18 months into the job, Jo Twist has become the driving force of C4 Education. But she’s relishing the challenge as she plans a push into primetime.
For his new series Life’s Too Short, Ricky Gervais returns to BBC2 and the mockumentary style that made him a star - but this time, he’s mostly behind the camera, he tells Paul Whitelaw.
ITV News has won a hat-trick of Baftas in the past three years despite limited resources. News At Ten’s anchor and assistant editor tell Jake Kanter how it has triumphed against adversity.
Raising awareness of social issues and giving unseen communities a voice is key for Keo’s managing director. Balihar Khalsa reports.
With experience from both sides of the commissioning table, the duo behind new venture Grand Scheme want to help indies develop projects and win work.
On stage at the Children’s Media Conference, the BBC Children’s director told Lisa Campbell about inclusivity, the move to Salford and the false distinction between “fun and worthy stuff”.
Having tasted life at a super-indie, John Smithson and his partners are going back to their programme-making roots with start-up Arrow Media. Catherine Neilan hears their plans.
With more money to spend this year and potentially a new 9pm primetime slot, C4’s comedy commissioning editor is on the lookout for a broad range of talent.
Whilst TOWIE’s runaway success has proved convincingly that Lime Pictures can create a strong offer alongside Hollyoaks, the indie has a lot more up its sleeves.
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