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  1. BBC, ITV in Talks to Launch Subscription Video Streaming Service (Report)

    1:11 am 3/11/2016

    Early-stage discussions about a Netflix-style service reportedly also involved NBCUniversal.Read more

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  2. BBC Orders 'King Lear' With Anthony Hopkins, Whitney Houston Documentary

    12:30 pm 3/7/2016

    The U.K. public broadcaster also orders a TV adaptation of play 'King Charles III,' which sees Prince Charles ascending to the throne.Read more

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  3. Amazon's 'Ripper Street' to End With Season 5

    3:58 am 3/7/2016

    The last outing for the Victorian-era crime series has started filming in Dublin.Read more

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  4. Discovery CFO Touts Upfront Ad Outlook: "Dollars Are Moving Back to TV, From Digital"

    1:08 pm 3/1/2016

    CFO Andrew Warren also discusses the company's Olympics monetization strategy with Eurosport and the SVOD licensing business. Read more

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  5. BBC "Macho Culture" Blamed in Jimmy Savile Abuse Report

    2:59 am 2/25/2016

    The report in 72 cases of abuse by Savile, a former TV personality, found an "atmosphere of fear" at the British public broadcaster led to "serious failings," but it exonerates senior management. Read more

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  6. Jeremy Clarkson Reaches Settlement With Former 'Top Gear' Producer

    3:16 am 2/24/2016

    Oisin Tymon had brought the $140,000 racial discrimination and injury claim, with the ex-host apologizing.Read more

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  7. 'Love, Nina': Berlin Review

    5:54 am 2/19/2016

    Faye Marsay ('Game of Thrones') stars as a nanny to the children of Helena Bonham Carter's London literary editor in Nick Hornby's TV adaptation of the best-selling memoir.Read more

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  8. Matt LeBlanc Named Co-Host of BBC's 'Top Gear'

    3:18 am 2/4/2016

    The 'Friends' star has been added to the lineup of the BBC's new-look motoring show.Read more

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  9. BBC, Discovery Strike Olympics Partnership Deal for U.K.

    6:23 am 2/2/2016

    The public broadcaster secures free-to-air rights for the Games through 2024, while Discovery will get pay TV rights in Britain for the 2018 and 2020 events in addition to the previously acquired 2022 and 2024 Olympics.Read more

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  10. Will Smith: Academy Reacted "Quickly and Aggressively" to Diversity Issue

    1:47 am 1/29/2016

    "It’s much more a domestic family issue than a civil rights issue, it’s a problem that we all have to solve," the 'Concussion' star told the BBC.Read more

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