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  1. Jeremy Clarkson: New Amazon Motoring Show Is "Music to My Ears"

    2:22 am 8/3/2015

    The former 'Top Gear' host hails the lack of editorial pressure from his new paymasters. Read more

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  2. 'Sherlock' EP Teases a More "Polished" Sherlock, Weighs In on BBC Turmoil

    11:46 am 8/1/2015

    "The BBC has been a beacon and an icon, and to damage that for temporary political gain is vandalism of the worst kind," Steven Moffat said Saturday at TCA.Read more

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  3. Former 'Top Gear' Producer: Amazon Deal Was "Strongest and Most Intelligent Offer"

    1:35 am 7/31/2015

    Andy Wilman claims the new motoring show with Jeremy Clarkson will offer "lots of newness."Read more

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  4. BBC "Needs to Be More Distinctive," ITV CEO Says

    2:06 am 7/28/2015

    The U.K. public broadcaster should also "act more as an enabler and a partner to the commercial sector rather than a competitor," Adam Crozier says. Read more

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  5. 'Top Gear' Italy Coming to Sky

    1:12 am 7/27/2015

    Sky Italia's Sky Uno has licensed the BBC motoring show for a 2016 launch. Read more

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  6. BBC Regulator Responds to U.K. Plans to Review "Size and Scope" of Public Broadcaster

    5:49 am 7/22/2015

    The BBC Trust has called for parliamentary approval of any future funding changes. Read more

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  7. BBC Defends Soap's Gay Sex Scene in Funeral Parlor

    3:40 am 7/22/2015

    The broadcaster said the 'EastEnders' sequence, which resulted in almost 50 complaints to the TV watchdog, was "implied and not explicit."Read more

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  8. Critic's Notebook: Todd McCarthy on BBC's Bizarre Poll of Best American Films

    6:44 pm 7/21/2015

    "Forrest Gump" but no "Unforgiven"? "Marnie" ahead of "Notorious"? THR's chief film critic Todd McCarthy parses a much-touted new poll of the best American films of all time. Read more

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  9. Former 'Top Gear' Hosts Hint at U.S. Car Show

    6:24 am 7/20/2015

    “Who knows, very soon once more you will be seeing us on a television or an internet near where you live," ousted BBC presenter Jeremy Clarkson said.Read more

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  10. BBC: Public Should Decide Fate of Popular Shows

    5:41 am 7/16/2015

    "It should be for the public to decide whether programs like 'Strictly [Come Dancing]' or '[The Great British] Bake Off,' or stations like Radio One or Two, should continue," it says, as 'The Voice' also gets mentioned in a government paper.Read more

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