LONDON — U.K. media regulator Ofcom said on Wednesday that it would launch an investigation into satcaster BSkyB over the wholesale supply of its sports channels after a complaint from telecom…
LONDON -- Measures to tackle internet piracy in Blighty finally moved forward on Tuesday as media regulator Ofcom unveiled a "three strikes and you're sued" system for illegal downloaders.
A PBS-branded channel will launch in Blighty on Nov. 1 on paybox BSkyB, the U.K. channel's general manager Richard Kingsbury revealed Thursday.
Europe's leading paybox BSkyB is to undergo a regulatory inquiry that could result in an enforced sale of its stake in terrestrial web ITV.
The battle for control of ITV, Blighty's biggest private terrestrial broadcaster, is poised to develop into a face-off between the Murdoch clan and Virgin Atlantic owner Richard Branson.
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