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Whizz Kid Entertainment chief executive Malcolm Gerrie is to step out from behind the camera to present a Sky Arts series celebrating the careers of influential musicians.
The king of live TV on ‘punching through the glass ceiling’ and the wrong side of Russell Crowe.
Everything you need to know about the industry is right there on screen, says Steven D Wright.
UK produced content is leading the Rose D’Or nominations with 10 programmes going through to the final round of judging.
Seeing viewers openly mocking your work is a painful experience, says Stephen D Wright
Media investment firm Ingenious Media has poached key BBC Worldwide indie exec Simon Cox.
BBC1’s Let’s Dance returned to the dancefloor in front of its biggest audience in nearly two years.
The British Film Academy Awards peaked with 6.2m viewers, outperforming last year’s ceremony, on a night that saw multiple wins for Argo, Les Miserables and Skyfall.
The programmes we all love to hate generate the greatest buzz, says Steven D Wright
Former Shine creative director Steven D Wright has joined Bafta producer Whizz Kid Entertainment.
Paul O’Grady will host an awards ceremony celebrating animal achievements for ITV1.
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Geoff Wonfor is to direct a BBC2 documentary celebrating Jools Holland’s 30-year television career.
Whizz Kid Entertainment has emerged as the production partner for YouTube’s coverage of the Bestival music festival.
Channel 4 is to launch its first ever live telethon, to raise money for Cancer Research.
Angela Jain’s vision for ITV2 is falling into place as she closes in on a “channel-defining” sitcom that will seek to emulate the success of The Inbetweeners.
Black Hangar Studios at Lasham airfield in Hampshire officially opened for business this week.
SUNDAY : The British Academy Film Awards walked away with its biggest audience in eight years as silent movie The Artist swept the board.
BBC1 will show an extended run of Let’s Dance next year, increasing it from four episodes to five.
The BBC is to recount the tragic story of the Titanic through performance, documentary and archive footage exactly 100 years after the ocean giant sank.
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