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Olympic satire races against dramas in top British TV awards

04/09/13 LONDON (Reuters) - A television satire that lampooned organizers of the 2012 London Olympics was in a head-to-head race against two dramas as the most nominated shows in Britain's top TV awards on Tuesday.

The satire Twenty Twelve received four nominations in the British Academy Tele... ...Read More »

Top EU court rules against "live stream" web broadcaster

03/07/13 BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Europe's highest court dealt a blow to companies that retransmit free-to-air television programming over the Internet on Thursday, ruling that original broadcasters have the right to prohibit any such redistribution.

The case involves UK-based TVCatchup Ltd, which ... ...Read More »

Top EU court rules against 'live stream' web broadcaster

03/07/13 BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Europe's highest court dealt a blow to companies that retransmit free-to-air television programming over the Internet on Thursday, ruling that original broadcasters have the right to prohibit any such redistribution.

The case involves UK-based TVCatchup Ltd, which ... ...Read More »
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Ex-Nokia CEO to join Swedish TV box software firm

01/17/13 STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The former chief of struggling Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia Oyj is to make a comeback to the tech sector as chairman of a Swedish company selling standard software for pay-TV boxes.

Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo is to become chairman of privately owned Zenterio, formed fro... ...Read More »

Is 2013 the year to cut the cable cord?

01/09/13 By Heather Struck

New York (Reuters) - Like many people paying bills in January, Brad Hill is thinking of eliminating household cable service. "It is an active discussion in my house," he says. Hill, a freelance writer and former vice president of audience development at AOL, still pays th... ...Read More »

News Corp says publishing wing lost money

12/21/12 (Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch's News Corp said the publishing arm it plans to spin off from its entertainment assets would have lost $2.08 billion in the last fiscal year if it were a standalone company.

"New News Corp", as the company dubs its publishing wing, will include newspapers, in... ...Read More »

Discovery to buy ProSiebenSat's Nordic TV channels for $1.7 billion

12/14/12 (Reuters) - Discovery Communications Inc agreed to buy ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG's Nordic television channels for about $1.7 billion.

The deal includes 12 television networks in Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland, among other assets.

Discovery, whose cable networks... ...Read More »

Exclusive: News Corp to name Thomson as Publishing Co CEO next week - sources

12/01/12 By Jennifer Saba

(Reuters) - News Corp is expected to name Robert Thomson, a close confidant of Chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch, to lead its new publishing company by the end of next week, according to sources familiar with News Corp's plans.

Thomson is currently ... ...Read More »

News Corp to name Thomson as Publishing Co CEO next week: sources

12/01/12 By Jennifer Saba

(Reuters) - News Corp <NWSA.O> is expected to name Robert Thomson, a close confidant of Chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch, to lead its new publishing company by the end of next week, according to sources familiar with News Corp's plans.

Thomso... ...Read More »

BBC crisis deepens as UK's Cameron demands answers

10/22/12 By Maria Golovnina and Michael Holden

LONDON (Reuters) - Pressure on the BBC to address allegations its bosses covered up sexual abuse claims leveled at one of its former TV stars mounted on Monday after British Prime Minister David Cameron said the broadcaster had serious questions to ans... ...Read More »

Britain's BBC apologizes over sex abuse scandal

10/08/12 By Maria Golovnina

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's BBC on Monday apologized to a group of women who allege that one of the state-funded broadcaster's top entertainers sexually abused them decades ago, a scandal that has raised questions about the BBC's judgment then and now.

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