It's a shame the market is no longer there (or is there another reason why?) for novelisations of the new series episodes, as well as the original novels 'based on the television series', like what WH Allen / Target / Virgin Books used to do for the classic series.
Any ideas who hold the rights to publish classic series novelisations thesedays & while we're at it, who holds the rights to the TV repeats of the classic series thesedays too?
I believe SyFy used to hold the rights to the classic series for broadcasting, but since BBC America took over Who again in the US, the company as a whole have stopped showing classic episodes in every country.
But seeing Watch has hold of the modern series, I wouldn't be surprised if UKTV didn't eventually get the rights.
UKTV had the UK rights to show classic-era Doctor Who until fairly recently (on UKTV Gold and then UKTV Drama, they repeated the Tom Baker era ad infinum but paid scant regard to the other 19 seasons...).
I know The (UK & Ireland) Sci-Fi Channel did show the series very briefly, but I can't really remember them doing any more than a Doctor Who theme weekend.