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  1. 'Sherlock' Draws Show's Biggest-Ever U.K. Audience in BBC Return

    3:21 am 1/2/2014

    UPDATED: The drama, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, drew 9.2 million viewers with its season-three premiere.Read more

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  2. BBC Server Hacked by Russian Who Tried to Sell Access

    9:14 am 12/30/2013

    The cyber criminal, known as "HASH" and "Rev0lver," reached out to other hackers on Christmas Day.Read more

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  3. BBC's 'Ripper Street' Tops U.K. Poll of Best TV Shows of 2013

    1:29 am 12/30/2013

    The recently canceled crime drama set in the time of Jack the Ripper beat out "Doctor Who" and U.S. hits "Breaking Bad," "Game of Thrones" and "The Walking Dead."Read more

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  4. U.K. 2013 in Review: Royal Baby, 'Star Wars,' New BBC Boss and Phone-Hacking Trial

    1:01 am 12/30/2013

    Production incentives, a studio capacity crunch, ITV acquisitions and John Malone's deal for Britain's largest cable operator also drew headlines during a busy year for the U.K. media and entertainment industry. Read more

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  5. 'Sherlock' Mini-Episode: Holmes is 'Coming Back' (Video)

    1:36 pm 12/26/2013

    The BBC released a seven-minute prequel for the third season of the Benedict Cumberbatch-starring series, which returns in January.Read more

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  6. BBC's 'Strictly Come Dancing' Has Lowest Season Finale Ratings Since 2009

    12:04 am 12/23/2013

    The year's final episode of the hit dancing competition drew an average of 11.5 million viewers, outperforming the finale of Simon Cowell's "The X Factor" that aired a week earlier.Read more

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  7. Czech TV to Adapt 'The Office'

    5:43 am 12/20/2013

    Ricky Gervais' hit comedy will get another local language makeover courtesy of Czech pubcaster CT1.Read more

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  8. BBC Digital Initiative Failed Due to 'Serious' Management, Reporting Issues

    4:31 am 12/18/2013

    A PricewaterhouseCoopers report finds that the U.K. public broadcaster was too slow to realize the Digital Media Initiative, which cost $149 million before being axed, was "in serious trouble."Read more

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  9. BBC 'Culture of Cronyism' Criticized by Parliamentary Committee

    3:44 am 12/16/2013

    A report on excessive severance payouts says the BBC is "the world’s leading public sector broadcaster," and the payments "put its reputation at risk."Read more

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  10. BBC Names Former Sony CEO Howard Stringer Non-Executive Director Amid Governance Changes

    6:13 am 12/11/2013

    The British public broadcaster will overhaul its management and programming following a series of major scandals.Read more

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