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Tuesday 21 February 2012
House of Lies is a new sitcom making light of corporate greed. But where's its own soul, asks Sarah Hughes
Thursday 16 February 2012
Thousands of pub landlords face heavy fines or jail as the Premier League and BSkyB begin a campaign of prosecutions against pubs that illegally broadcast English football matches.
Tuesday 14 February 2012
Friday Night Lights may be based around a high-school American football team, but this TV series is no saccharine teen drama, says Nick Clark – it's a vivid, very human treatise on small-town US life
Tuesday 14 February 2012
It may be based around a high-school American football team, but this TV series is no saccharine teen drama: it's a vivid, very human treatise on small-town US life
Saturday 04 February 2012
BT shares yesterday rose 4 per cent to a three-and-a-half-year high as the telecoms giant boosted profits, despite another dip in revenues and some renewed concern over its pension liabilities.
Tuesday 31 January 2012
Broadcaster BSkyB started the fightback against competition Netflix and YouView today as it announced a new internet TV service.
Tuesday 31 January 2012
Movies including Kill Bill and Pulp Fiction will be made available for BT Vision customers to watch on-demand after a tie-up with film studio Miramax.
Monday 23 January 2012
Roberto Mancini’s Manchester City could be playing in front of the largest domestic television audience in the history of the Premier League next month when their home game against Fulham is made available unencrypted on the Freeview platform.
Tuesday 10 January 2012
US giant faces battle with LoveFilm and Sky as it tries to break into the competitive video streaming market. Gideon Spanier reports
Friday 06 January 2012
That Immedia plc should have lost the Lloyds Pharmacy radio services contract is not the sort of thing that sends shockwaves through the stock market. But the forlorn words of the firm's chief executive raised one or two eyebrows among market watchers of a certain demographic. "Naturally we are disappointed to stop broadcasting Lloyds Pharmacy Live after nine years," said Bruno Brookes.
Monday 28 November 2011
BSkyB chairman James Murdoch is set to receive a bloody nose at the broadcaster's annual meeting tomorrow, with several big investors planning to vote against his re-election over his handling of the News of the World phone-hacking scandal. Legal & General, Kames Capital and the Local Authority Pension Fund Forum (LAPFF) are all poised to oppose Mr Murdoch's re-election.
Monday 21 November 2011
The satellite broadcaster BSkyB has appointed outside lawyers to conduct a trawl of the emails of star journalists working on its rolling news channel Sky News to ensure that there is no evidence of stories being obtained by illicit news-gathering methods.
Saturday 12 November 2011
'We have known James [Murdoch] for some eight years, and during that time he has always acted with integrity' Nicholas Ferguson, Deputy chairman, BSkyB
Thursday 10 November 2011
MPs will rule on whether James Murdoch told them the truth about when he was informed of the extent of phone hacking at the News of the World.
Friday 04 November 2011
Outlook BT Vision's latest customer-acquisition numbers must be treated with a degree of caution. True, they show the company adding pay-television customers more quickly than Sky for the first time on record. But BT is starting from a low base – just over 600,000 customers to Sky's 10 million-plus – and it provides much less detail in its numbers than its big rival. We don't know much about its churn rates, for example, or the revenues its customers are generating.
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