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  1. U.K.'s BSkyB to Raise Prices of Sky Sports Networks, ESPN

    3:59 am 6/29/2012

    The pay TV giant, which had frozen its prices for two years, highlighted that it has increased its content spending by more than $600 million per year.Read more

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  2. BBC Faces Increased TV Rights Competition for Future Olympics

    12:55 pm 6/27/2012

    Bids will be opened Friday, with observers saying pay TV platforms could join the auction this time around. Read more

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  3. U.K. Pay TV Giant BSkyB's Sky News Revamps Web Site With Video Focus

    3:42 am 6/27/2012

    The news network's site will go big on online video and give visitors more opportunities to share content and comments.Read more

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  4. BSkyB Commissions Fire Crew Drama 'The Smoke' for Sky 1 HD

    6:27 am 6/22/2012

    The series is one of a slew of fresh shows signed as part of the company's $940 million-plus commitment to British content.Read more

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  5. BSkyB Faced Aggressive BT Challenge for English Soccer Rights (Report)

    4:14 am 6/21/2012

    UBS analyst Polo Tang likes the pay TV stock, but says it will not outperform "until there is more comfort on how the competitive landscape will pan out."Read more

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  6. U.K. Media Regulator Opposes Absolute Ownership Limits

    4:47 am 6/19/2012

    Ofcom suggests a review of media plurality, including the BBC and online news operations, "every four or five years." Read more

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  7. Disney-UTV Bows Bollywood Channel UMP Stars in the U.K.

    12:55 am 6/19/2012

    The Disney-owned UTV group has launched the celebrity-driven channel on the UK's Sky platform.Read more

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  8. Miramax, U.K.'s BSkyB Strike Exclusive Library Deal

    1:01 am 6/18/2012

    The multi-year agreement includes such classics as "Life is Beautiful," "Spy Kids," "Pulp Fiction" and "Chicago."Read more

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  9. David Cameron Calls Suggestion of Deal With Rupert Murdoch 'Nonsense'

    3:01 am 6/14/2012

    The British prime minister tells the Leveson Inquiry that his Conservative Party had no overt or covert deal to ensure favorable news coverage from News Corp. papers in return for political favors, including on the firm's BSkyB bid.Read more

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  10. BSkyB Stock Drops Following English Soccer TV Rights Deal

    2:00 am 6/14/2012

    Analysts cite a high price tag paid by the pay TV giant and increased competition from BT, which emerged as a second rights holder.Read more

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