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  1. U.K. Cable Giant Virgin Media Pushes for Probe of Soccer TV Rights Deals

    6:34 am 9/30/2014

    The company, part of John Malone's Liberty Global, says the costs have risen too muchRead more

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  2. U.K.'s BSkyB Invests in U.S. Ad Tech Company Sharethrough

    4:38 am 9/30/2014

    It is the latest investment by the pay TV giant in early-stage companiesRead more

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  3. U.K.'s BSkyB Extends NFL TV Deal, Adds 'Monday Night Football'

    7:21 am 9/25/2014

    The five-year agreement will bring more live football to the company's Sky SportsRead more

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  4. Scotland Votes Against Independence, UK Networks Report

    3:08 pm 9/18/2014

    The referendum divided British celebrities and drew intense media coverageRead more

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  5. Sky Deutschland: BSkyB Takeover Offer Too Low

    3:37 am 9/17/2014

    The U.K. company is planning to acquire 21st Century Fox's majority stake in the firm and full control of Sky ItaliaRead more

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  6. BSkyB Gets EU Clearance for European Pay TV Deal With Fox

    12:03 pm 9/11/2014

    The U.K. company clears one hurdle on the way to taking control of Sky Italia and Sky DeutschlandRead more

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  7. ITV Renews Call for U.S.-Style Retrans Payments in U.K.

    2:48 am 9/8/2014

    The home of 'Downton Abbey' cites a report arguing they "contributed significantly" to the new “golden age" of TVRead more

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  8. BSkyB Buys Stake in TV Producer Znak & Jones

    1:15 am 9/4/2014

    Focusing on the U.S. and U.K., it is run by the former CEOs of Talpa USA and Zodiak USARead more

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  9. NFL Set for Record Live Coverage on U.K. Free TV

    1:34 am 9/3/2014

    Channel 4 will show 21 games, including the Super Bowl, as Britain develops a taste for the gridironRead more

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  10. BSkyB Takes 'The Flash,' Michael Bay's 'The Last Ship' for U.K.

    4:52 am 8/22/2014

    Sky has had success navigating the British ratings waters with such U.S. dramas as 'Arrow' and 'NCIS: Los Angeles'Read more

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