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"Bonnyroad, the Grant Morrison/Paul McGuigan/Stephen Fry sci-fi/supernatural TV drama in the works is… well… still in the works. But is not slated for any kind of production for at least the next twelve months. POssibly even the next twelve months. The blame is down to a pincer of two things – BBC Scotland pushing too many things through the BBC bottleneck, and planned cutbacks all over the shop as a result of the BBC licence fee freeze." ARSE.
This link recently saved by warrenellis on May 25, 2010
"The list includes Charlie’s Angeles, from Sony TV, with new writers Al Gough and Miles Millar, another Sony drama, Javier Grillo-Marxuach’s Department Zero..." best of luck, Javi
This link recently saved by warrenellis on May 06, 2010
"Built in response to strong demand from TV station managers around the world, TED's Open TV Project allows broadcasters to air TEDTalks for free, and encourages them to create custom programs for their communities."
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"His predecessor Michael Grade trumpeted that he wanted ITV Studios to provide three quarters of all ITV’s programming. By law independent producers must supply the rest. Instead, the percentage of programmes supplied by ITV Studios has declined. In 2005 ITV Studios provided 66% of the network’s schedule. Last year that fell to 47%."
This link recently saved by warrenellis on April 13, 2010
"Starling, a new social TV platform that connects TV audiences and integrates them with broadcast media, launches its first version today. Designed for mobile devices, tablet computers and the web, it provides viewers with a platform to chat, play, and interact - around a show, and with each other."
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Josh Friedman on the cancellation of his tv show about a suburban mum who makes her son go to high school with a Terminator: "Losing your show is more like a surprise divorce where you get served papers in the morning and your (ex)wife is fucking Human Target by three in the afternoon using the same time slot your child was conceived in and also where she did that one thing that one time on your birthday."
This link recently saved by warrenellis on June 07, 2009