UK Broadcast News
Updated: 3 hours 33 sec ago
ITV News at Ten’s will undergo a major editorial refresh later this year in the hands of new anchor Tom Bradby - as the race to replace the outgoing political editor hots up.
Fox International Channels (FIC) is on the brink of launching a free-to-air channel with a raft of National Geographic factual content, as the battle for the free-to-air market heats up.
Amazon has kicked off a hunt for a range of reality formats as the battle between SVoD platforms moves into non-scripted.
Former Holby City producer Polly Williams is to lead drama development for distributor Entertainment One (eOne) and Creative England’s new joint venture.
Talking TV heads to the Edinburgh International Television Festival for a special episode.
Nicola Sturgeon has criticised the media’s portrayal of women and claimed the BBC’s coverage of the Scottish referendum was unwittingly but significantly flawed.
Channel 5 is planning to ramp up its original commissioning at 10pm and 11pm as it bids to tap into younger audiences and help change its “tabloid” reputation.
Armando Iannucci has used his MacTaggart Lecture to launch a blistering attack on the government for attempting to “dismantle” the BBC and undermine the UK’s successful television industry.
Broadcast has written to culture secretary John Whittingdale to underline the significant cross-industry support for the BBC.
BBC director of television Danny Cohen has claimed that there is no public desire for the corporation to become a “market failure” broadcaster.
Mad Dogs indie Left Bank Pictures has struck a landmark co-production deal with China International Television Corporation.