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Footage shows axed former Sky Sports presenter Gray making offensive chant at female colleague

Television choices: Novice writer spikes her pen into the core of the Big Apple

Novice writer spikes her pen into the core of the Big Apple

Mr Osborne wants the George Osborne’s bold claims have failed the test of time

David Blanchflower: Osborne's 'consensus' has come crashing down

Economic Outlook: The consensus now seems to be that the Chancellor’s policies have resulted in failure

BSkyB profits hit new peak

Satellite broadcaster BSkyB unveiled record profits today as a dramatic football season and hit US shows such as Game of Thrones continued to boost customer numbers.

Rupert Murdoch titles missed a trick with lack of Bradley Wiggins coverage

Wiggomania belatedly took hold at News Corp. After minimal interest in Britain's most successful ever cyclist during the early stages of the Tour de France, Rupert Murdoch's media empire seemed slow to realise that Team Sky's Bradley Wiggins was one of them.

Profit of £1.1bn for BSkyB

BSkyB will report a record pre-tax profit of around £1.1bn on Thursday despite concerns that demand for satellite dishes is slowing.

BSkyB launches movies-on-demand internet service

The pay-TV giant BSkyB has launched its own cut-price movies-on-demand internet service, called Now TV, in an attempt to challenge digital upstarts NetFlix, Amazon's LoveFilm and Tesco's Blinkbox.

BSkyB gives broker Merrill Lynch the boot

BSkyB, the FTSE 100 satellite television broadcaster, has axed Bank of America Merrill Lynch as its key adviser in the latest blow to the bank's broking division. Merrill has the second biggest franchise of FTSE 100 clients in broking but has suffered a string of high-profile staff departures.

Market Report: Sky high after boost for media sector

As one of the City's longest-running bid tales finally came true, media stocks were providing some rare winners yesterday in a tough session on the markets. After it was revealed that the advertising agency Aegis, a subject of takeover speculation for years, is finally getting bought out, BSkyB was another company in the sector on the rise amid optimism ahead of the satellite broadcaster's upcoming results.

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Sugar unveils new TV service (but tells customers to wait for the price to drop)

Lord Sugar unveiled the much-awaited YouView internet-supported TV service yesterday – but made an unbusinesslike gaffe by telling customers they could probably buy the system for a third of the price if they waited two years.

Internet-based TV service ready for unveiling at last

YouView, the long-awaited internet-based television service which is intended to be the next generation of Freeview, will finally be launched by Lord Sugar next week.

Leading article: Two News Corps don't make a right

Rupert Murdoch might, if he chose to, explain his consideration of plans to split News Corp into two as a matter of straightforward financial sense. After all, the media giant's entertainment division accounts for the overwhelming majority of its profits, and shareholders have long wanted it to be shot of the smaller, weaker, and infinitely more troublesome, publishing business.

Market Report: BSkyB boosted by fresh takeover talk

Could the £8.3bn takeover that never was be revived? It has not quite yet been a year since Rupert Murdoch was forced to give up on his bid to snap up BSkyB thanks to the hacking scandal, but yesterday's news that News Corp could split itself up fuelled speculation that the broadcaster may become a target again.

First Night: Veep, Sky Atlantic, 10pm

Now Washington's in the thick of it: Iannucci conquers America with a very British farce

War of the Red Roses as Flintoff hits Athers with verbal bouncer

You would have thought that as two Lancashire legends they could be the best of buddies, but there is clearly no love lost between Andrew Flintoff and Michael Atherton.

Rupert Murdoch's history of Britain: BSkyB to launch major educational initiative inside UK classrooms

Children will be taught the history of Britain according to Rupert Murdoch’s BSkyB when the broadcaster launches a major educational initiative inside British classrooms.

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