Key staff members including Editor-in-Chief Adam Boulton and Director of Content Cristina Nicolotti Squires lift the lid on how Sky News covered the election through the night.
YouTube and Facebook, which between them boast 19 billion daily views worldwide, offer huge online platforms to video content producers but television is also entering the market.
Sky’s new TV service Sky Q includes an online video section, bringing together content from many digital creators, including Barcroft Media, Red Bull Media House and GoPro. And youth brand Vice recently announced that its first European linear TV channel, Viceland, would launch in September.
Sky's Managing Director of Content Gary Davey will be in conversation with Managing Director of Sugar Films, Pat Younge.
For the last year Gary Davey has been responsible for Sky’s entertainment, movies and news channels in the UK – as well as overseeing the entire entertainment offering of Sky Deutschland.
Gary’s long career in pay TV has seen him occupy senior roles in Italy, Hong Kong and the USA – as well as a previous stint at Sky.
The third season of There’s Something About Movies will see comedian Alan Carr return as host, with Jennifer Saunders (Absolutely Fabulous) and Michael Sheen (Quiz) returning as team captains and Tom Allen re-uniting with the crew.
Packed full of movie trivia, insider film insights and infamous re-enactments, this series will also feature the show’s first ever Christmas special.
Valeria (Diana Gómez) seems to have it all figured out, she has a book deal, a great group of friends and is seemingly happily married.
But a closer look at Valeria’s life shows problems with writer’s block and a magnetic spark with a man who’s not her husband.
The 10-part series follows Atticus Freeman (Jonathan Majors) as he teams up with his friend Letitia (Jurnee Smollett) and his uncle George (Courtney B. Vance), on a treacherous trip across 1950s Jim Crow America in search for his missing father.
They are faced with trying to survive against grisly monsters and racist terrors which will prove to be a dangerous feat.
The guidelines will allow productions to get up and running again, with the emphasis on the safety and well-being of employees.
The guide will be applicable to a broad range and scale of TV programmes of all genres and have been created with the collaboration of industry experts and the external expertise of Dr Paul Litchfield CBE.
Broadcasters have liaised with union representatives and the Health and Safety Executive and worked with First Option safety consultants to the media and entertainment industry.
High-end television drama has become ubiquitous. Even so, it’s unlikely that TV audiences have seen anything quite like Sky Atlantic’s new crime thriller, Gangs of London, a brooding, tense, cinematic tour de force that is most definitely not for the squeamish.
The grand finale of the 49th edition of University Challenge promises a clash of the titans between Cambridge’s Corpus Christi College and Imperial College London.
Here are our top picks.
The Central Park Five
This documentary examines the case of The Central Park Five, which was recently turned into a Netflix drama miniseries called When They See Us.
The shocking and heartbreaking documentary tells the story of a 28-year-old white female jogger, Trisha Meili, who was beaten, raped and left for dead in New York’s Central Park in 1989.
Five young black and Latino boys aged 14-16 years old were accused and convicted of the crime.