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  1. BBC Three Orders Amanda Knox Special

    10:14 am 2/12/2014

    The one-hour TV special "Is Amanda Knox Guilty?" is the first order from the London office of NBC News' Peacock Productions.Read more

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  2. Sochi: BBC Says 'Excitement Got the Better' of Commentators

    4:36 am 2/12/2014

    The U.K. public broadcaster got complaints when its announce team celebrated the first-ever British Winter Olympics medal on snow.Read more

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  3. Hot Docs to Fete BBC Documentary Maker Adam Curtis

    12:43 pm 2/11/2014

    The Canadian festival will give the British filmmaker and journalist the 2014 outstanding achievement award. Read more

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  4. Buccaneer Media Hires Former Outline Exec as Head of Unscripted

    5:30 am 2/5/2014

    Ross McCarthy becomes the non-fiction boss at the UK-based scripted TV venture launched last year by Tony Wood and Cineflix Media.Read more

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  5. 'The Voice UK,' 'Top Gear' Return Drive BBC Ratings

    2:59 am 2/3/2014

    The British public broadcaster's flagship channel has its best day of the year in terms of audience share this weekend, but new drama "The Musketeers" loses viewers.Read more

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  6. 'Sherlock': 10 Funniest Quotes From Watson's Wedding

    8:30 pm 1/26/2014

    The world's greatest best man speech -- and the mystery of the invisible man -- provide some hilarious moments for the PBS/BBC show's second episode of season 3.Read more

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  7. BBC Takes Season 3 of Zodiak's 'Wallander'

    2:10 am 1/24/2014

    The new episodes of the crime series, based on Henning Mankell's best-selling novels, also have sold to Australia and across Europe.Read more

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  8. BBC, Titan Team for New 'Doctor Who' Comic Series

    12:45 pm 1/21/2014

    As Peter Capaldi takes over as the BBC's time-traveling sci-fi hero, Titan Comics wins the license for future comic book adventures.Read more

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  9. U.K. Industry Debates BBC License Fee Models for Digital Age

    3:31 am 1/21/2014

    The public broadcaster is partly funded by British households that pay $239 per year, but changing viewer habits and opposition to fee increases have led to proposals for new models. Read more

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  10. 'Sherlock' Will Continue Until Benedict Cumberbatch 'Gets Too Famous,' Promises EP

    1:43 pm 1/20/2014

    In front of a roomful of reporters at winter TCA on Monday, Cumberbatch credited the growing attention to the "iconic figure" he plays on the British series. Plus, THR compiles 11 highlights from the 45-minute session.Read more

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