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Shed Media Group has launched a new indie, Yalli, focused on comedy and entertainment and led by the former showrunner of The Paul O’Grady Show, Robert Gray.
Harry Lansdown, the BBC3 factual boss behind Our War and Don’t Tell the Bride, is stepping down to join indie Renegade Pictures.
Time Warner is ready to pay €1bn in cash for Endemol, which is itself focused on restructuring its €2bn of debt.
BBC3 has handed immersive doc specialist Cherry Healey her first major series, in which she will examine the challenges faced by women in modern Britain.
Jack Whitehall is to get his own BBC3 sitcom as part of a major comedy push that will include six 30-minute online pilots.
BBC3 is to challenge young fathers to deliver their partners’ babies, while Radio 1 DJ Reggie Yates will go inside Britain’s gangs as part of a major crime season.
BBC1 drama Accused and Channel 4 biopic Mo won International Emmy’s last night as reality producer Nigel Lythgoe received a special prize from Lady Gaga.
The Royal Television Society (RTS) has announced the shortlist for its annual Craft and Design Awards.
Big Brother producer Endemol has confirmed that it has received a takeover bid from US media giant Time Warner.
The makers of BBC3’s Don’t Tell the Bride are developing a new “surprise wedding” format for Channel 5 .
E4 has ordered a non-TX pilot from Twenty Twenty that is a reworked dating format piloted last year for BBC3.
Twenty Twenty has hired a BBC Drama exec producer as the indie invests in its drama division.
BBC4 has scooped nine out of 40 nominations at the annual Grierson Documentary Awards.
BBC3 documentaries fronted by Cherry Healey have been sold around the world by DRG.
Channel 4 has revealed the new programmes that will populate its autumn schedules including a series about gender reassignment, a new live game show and a Big Fat Gypsy Wedding spin-off.
Shed founder Eileen Gallagher is convinced Waterloo Road’s move from Rochdale to Glasgow can help create a genuinely sustainable drama hub in Scotland.
Shed Productions’ Waterloo Road is being moved to Glasgow in a £25m deal designed to help establish a sustainable drama base in Scotland.
ITV1 is to pit house-hunters against each other on a touring bus as part of a raft of new daytime commissions.
BBC3 reality series Don’t Tell The Bride is to be remade for OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) in the US.
Twenty Twenty, the indie behind Garrow’s Law, has appointed a dedicated head of production for the first time.
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