UK Broadcast News
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Miranda Hart has revealed that her eponymous sitcom will draw to a close later this year after three series.
The natural history genre has become “tired” and producers must work harder to convince broadcasters to invest in shows, according to Oxford Scientific Films boss Clare Birks.
BBC Trust chairman Rona Fairhead has indicated that she supports the proposal to move BBC3 online to help the channel keep pace with the viewing habits of its audience.
ITV has ordered its first original commission for Sky pay-TV channel Encore, a Sean Bean-fronted drama about Frankenstein.
Sony-backed indie Electric Ray is to make a studio show for Channel 4 in which host Richard Bacon will shine a spotlight on inequality in Britain.
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See-Saw Films is developing a second series of acclaimed BBC2 drama Top of the Lake and has bolstered its TV division with the hire of a chief operating officer and a former Ruby Film & Television development exec.
Channel 4 has rejected calls from locals to scrap its controversial forthcoming series Immigration Street and rejected claims that Love Productions has targeted vulnerable people.
Mipcom: 21st Century Fox co-chief operating officer James Murdoch has provided the first glimpse of what a merged Shine and Endemol business will look like in a keynote interview in Cannes.
The merger between Shine Group and Endemol has been agreed by 21st Century Fox and Apollo Global Management, with each company owning 50% of the new business.