Short answer is highly unlikely.
The quality of the files the Inspire spits out are unlikely to be accepted by any broadcast house.
You would have to speak to the producer and ask what format they require to ingest in house.
They will be very specific on bitrate (minimum), codec, color space (sub sampling) as well as black and peak white levels.
Additionally your colours will need to be checked on a vector scope and be broadcast safe.
.MOV or .MP4 are not broadcast formats.
Speak to the production house and see what they say.
The slight;y longer answer ..... by one letter is YES
Actually we have had footage shot from both the Inspire and even the Phantom 2 V + used by many broadcasters.
Even the BBC commissioned phantom 2 V+ work from us for a 3 part documentary series that aired on Easter Sunday PRIME TIME. They just specified 1080p 24 frames per second in PAL format and did standard colouring in post as they do with any footage.
Our Inspire footage has appeared in commercials and music videos and documentaries broadcast in many different countries. If we are not editing it ourselves then we simply supply the original file as it was shot We just make sure to shoot at the same frame rate as the other cameras being used.
With the inspire I always recommend recording in 4k as it provides the editors the opportunity to crop into the video and retain quality therefore improving the framing if required.
Our standard studio control room equipment is now built to accept all sorts of inputs and BROADCAST them right to master control and out on air! The one sitting in front of me right now takes SDI ( Hi Def and Standard Def) 2k, 4k, HDMI, Component, Computer feed ( over a network) pre loaded videos in MP$, MOV and other formats and wonderfully any mix of the above together. All of the video scopes can be analysed and adjusted through the controller.
Work that is submitted for inclusion in an edited output can be colour corrected and correctly processed by the editor.
Im not saying that this footage will be of quite the quality delivered by a 50k ikegami but it will be considerably better than shaky aerial taken holding a camera in a bel jet ranger with the door off being buffeted by the wind!
Just in case the question is raised .... I was a broadcaster .... quite literally holding broadcast license in the uk (OFFCOM ) and in the caribbean having owned two television station and been the CEO of a further two.
To the OP ... the uk generally wants 24 frames per second shot in PAL