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  1. BSkyB Adds 30,000 TV Subs in Latest Quarter

    10:54 pm 5/1/2013

    UPDATED: The U.K. pay TV giant, of which News Corp. owns 39 percent, grew its financials for the nine-month period and exceeded the 30 million paid products mark.Read more

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  2. Sky Movies Boss: Studios Benefit From BSkyB Deals, Shortened Windows

    7:36 am 4/17/2013

    Ian Lewis also says Ultraviolet isn't "quite there yet" and argues his company's Internet-only video service is not a direct Netflix competitor.Read more

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  3. BSkyB Renews Deal With U.K. Indie Entertainment Film Distributors

    4:07 am 4/17/2013

    With the extension, the U.K. pay TV giant secures such titles as "Silver Linings Playbook," which won star Jennifer Lawrence an Oscar.Read more

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  4. BSkyB Refuses to Air Ads for Rival BT's U.K. Sports Coverage

    9:52 am 4/8/2013

    The telecom giant, set to launch networks with English Premier League soccer and other matches in a challenge to BSkyB, says the pay TV firm is engaging in "undue discrimination."Read more

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  5. MIPTV: BSkyB, Starz Team on 'Fortitude'

    9:49 am 4/8/2013

    The new Arctic-set drama will be the first co-production between the U.S. and U.K. pay TV channels.Read more

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  6. BSkyB Brings Sky News Arabia to U.K.

    4:08 am 3/13/2013

    The 24-hour Arabic-language news channel is a joint venture of the British pay-TV giant and the Abu Dhabi Media Investment Company.Read more

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  7. BSkyB to Acquire Telefonica's U.K. Broadband Unit for up to $300 Million

    1:09 am 3/1/2013

    UPDATED: The deal will make the pay TV giant, in which Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. owns a 39 percent stake, the second-largest U.K. broadband provider.Read more

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  8. ESPN to Sell U.K., Ireland TV Channels to British Telecom Giant BT

    5:09 am 2/25/2013

    UPDATED: The deal comes after the sale of the Walt Disney-owned sports juggernaut's 50 percent stake in its Asian joint venture with News Corp. Read more

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  9. U.K. Entertainment Stocks Mostly Up, Steady After Debt Downgrade

    1:37 am 2/25/2013

    Analysts say the Moody's downgrade and a drop in the value of the pound may not be a big drag on such sector players as BSkyB and ITV.Read more

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  10. BSkyB, Disney Extend U.K. Film Deal, Will Launch Sky Movies Disney

    4:01 pm 2/20/2013

    The pact further strengthens the U.K. pay TV giant amid the growth of Netflix and LoveFilm.Read more

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