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Thursday 05 February 2009
Wednesday 04 February 2009
The Competition Commission said today that it has decided to block plans for a video on demand (VOD) joint venture between ITV, BBC Worldwide and Channel 4.
Tuesday 23 December 2008
Sunday 14 December 2008
Thursday 04 December 2008
Britain’s competition watchdog has delivered a potentially fatal blow to “Project Kangaroo,” the video-on-demand venture from the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, indicating the platform would be bad for competition.
Wednesday 03 December 2008
Plans by three television companies to launch a joint "video on demand" scheme would restrict competition in the UK, a Government watchdog said today.
Saturday 15 November 2008
Wednesday 05 November 2008
Ireland coach Andy Kelly spoke of his bulging pride after his team pulled off the shock of the World Cup to move to within 80 minutes of a dream semi-final against Australia.
Tuesday 04 November 2008
After defending England from criticism by the Australian media in the run-up to the World Cup clash with the Kangaroos, it is time to eat humble pie.
Wednesday 13 August 2008
Saturday 19 July 2008
Huddersfield have appointed Nathan Brown as their new coach. The Australian, who is in charge at St George-Illawarra, will arrive at the end of the NRL season on a three-year contract. He succeeds Jon Sharp, who was sacked last month after the Giants slumped to next to bottom in Super League.
Sunday 13 July 2008
Tuesday 01 July 2008
Kangaroo, the video-on-demand tie-up between the three main terrestrial broadcasters, is to be investigated by the Competition Commission, casting doubt on the likelihood of the service going live this year as planned.
Sunday 25 May 2008
Friday 25 April 2008
The television production company responsible for A Touch of Frost launched a multi-million pound lawsuit against the broadcaster ITV yesterday, claiming it was a victim of a sleight of hand over tariffs that was exploitative, anti-competitive and had cost it more than £2m in repeat fees.
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