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Warner Bros believes the combination of US reality television pioneer Mike Darnell and Shed Media Group IP can make the UK super-indie a major force in America.
Shed Media is hunting for a digital executive producer for BBC1’s The Voice UK following the online success of the previous series.
Wall To Wall Television is to throw young offenders into a 1930s Borstal-style regime for ITV.
US cable network Lifetime is to remake Channel 4’s Shed Media-produced documentary series Child Genius.
Twenty Twenty Television’s creative director Meredith Chambers has joined forces with Karl Warner at the former BBC entertainment commissioner’s indie Electric Ray.
CBBC is launching a Mario Kart-style racing game featuring characters including Hacker and Dodge and Wolfblood’s Rydian.
BBC1 has announced that it will close the school gates on classroom drama Waterloo Road after 10 series.
BBC1 has wrapped up a deal to keep broadcasting The Voice UK for another two years.
Baby Cow, Big Talk and Shed Media have secured series from a range of cable networks as UK indies continue to make substantial gains in the US.
John de Mol’s Talpa Media has struck a joint venture deal with Shed Media Group to make its long-awaited UK debut.
Channel 5 is to explore modern crime in the UK as part of a raft of documentaries from recently installed factual commissioner Guy Davies.
ITV2 has ordered viral panel show from Irish indie Vision Independent Productions and Shed Media-backed Yalli Productions.
Shed Media US has poached BBC Worldwide executive John Hesling to become Pam Healey’s number two.
The Voice UK is to be handed a Strictly: It Takes Two-style BBC2 spin-off show when the live rounds of the contest get underway.
Time Warner wants to accelerate a plan to take full ownership of Shed Media ahead of schedule, Broadcast has learned.
Two of the UK’s highest-profile drama producers have called for changes to the BBC’s commissioning quotas.
Fans of The Voice will be able to compete against each other via a mobile app that will award them points for correctly guessing the opinion of its on-screen judges.
Channel 5 has unveiled a wideranging raft of commissions including two series about death and a romance strand.
Comedy Central has hired Wall to Wall executive Mia Lane as its head of development to help link the pay-TV broadcaster to the UK indie community.
Shed Media’s scripted output is set for a shot in the arm after the super-indie established a dedicated division following the decision of the Shed Productions founders to step back from running the business.
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