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  1. U.K.'s Horror Channel Gets Classic 'Doctor Who' Episodes

    2:58 am 3/13/2014

    The CBS Chello Zone venture in Britain seals a deal with BBC Worldwide for 30 stories of the cult classic that were made between 1963 and 1989.Read more

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  2. BBC Overhauls VOD Service, Wants It to Showcase 'Best of British Creativity'

    2:10 am 3/11/2014

    Unveiling a new raft of original content and improved navigation for the iPlayer, director general Tony Hall says the BBC wants to develop new talent and new forms of story telling via the digital media player.Read more

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  3. BBC Three Head Bullish on Network's Online-Only Future

    4:31 am 3/10/2014

    The U.K. public broadcaster's youth channel "is not only still open, but thriving," says controller Zai Bennett.Read more

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  4. U.K.'s Channel 4 to Air FX's 'Fargo'

    3:08 am 3/10/2014

    The broadcaster continues to invest in U.S. shows, buying the British rights to the TV adaptation of the Coen brothers film, starring Martin Freeman and Billy Bob Thornton.Read more

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  5. BBC TV Boss: More Channels Could Be Moved Online

    5:17 am 3/7/2014

    After the decision to make BBC Three a digital-only service, Danny Cohen says more channels could go that route if the U.K. public broadcaster's funding comes "under more threat."Read more

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  6. Starz, BBC to Co-Produce Family Thriller 'The Missing'

    10:36 am 3/6/2014

    The drama starring James Nesbitt and Frances O'Connor will air in the fall on Starz and BBC One.Read more

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  7. 'Wolf Hall' and 'Bring Up the Bodies' Headed to London's West End

    8:42 am 3/6/2014

    Could the Royal Shakespeare Company and playwright Mike Poulton’s critically acclaimed dramatization of the best-selling Hilary Mantel historical novels be bound for Broadway next?Read more

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  8. BBC to Move Youth Network Online, Boost Drama Budget

    12:39 pm 3/5/2014

    UPDATED: The U.K. public broadcaster's first-ever closure of a TV channel will see shows move online and to other networks as the BBC will save $84 million per year, with $50 million of that going to its drama budget.Read more

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  9. BBC to Turn Youth Network Into Online-Only Channel

    2:57 am 3/5/2014

    UPDATED: The team of Tony Hall, the head of the public broadcaster, has been looking for cost savings, with BBC Three emerging as one key target.Read more

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  10. 'Sherlock' Creators Discuss Season 4 Planning, Social Media

    4:00 pm 3/4/2014

    Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss say they would love to continue the BBC hit show with Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman for a long time, but getting everyone together is a challenge.Read more

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