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  1. BSkyB CEO Jeremy Darroch's Pay Drops to $7.9 Million

    9:49 am 10/27/2014

    A long-term incentive program that vests only every other year caused his compensation to fall more than 70 percentRead more

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  2. BSkyB's Sky Living to Air 'Madam Secretary' in U.K.

    12:30 am 10/23/2014

    The CBS drama, starring Tea Leoni, is one of the top-rated new fall shows in the U.S.Read more

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  3. BSkyB Will Own at Least 69 Percent of Sky Deutschland After Takeover

    4:48 am 10/20/2014

    The British pay TV group is acquiring 21st Century Fox's stakes in the German giant and Sky ItaliaRead more

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  4. Sky Deutschland Launches 24/7 'Star Wars' Channel for Holidays

    4:24 am 10/17/2014

    Two weeks of Lucas-palooza for German JedisRead more

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  5. BSkyB CEO Discusses HBO Relationship, Netflix

    2:25 am 10/16/2014

    Jeremy Darroch also addresses the upcoming English Premier League soccer rights auctionRead more

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  6. BSkyB Grows TV Subscribers, Earnings in Latest Quarter

    11:34 am 10/15/2014

    The U.K. pay TV giant, in which Rupert Murdoch's Fox owns 39 percent, says it remains on track to close European pay TV deals in mid-November Read more

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  7. BSkyB Backs Online Video Startup Pluto.TV

    1:00 am 10/13/2014

    The U.K. pay TV giant has been growing its digital investment portfolioRead more

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  8. 21st Century Fox, BSkyB Make Further Investments in Roku

    12:33 am 10/2/2014

    The U.K. pay-TV giant has put more than $12 million into the Internet streaming device maker since 2012Read more

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  9. 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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  10. 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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