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Acting For Sky As Rights Holders Turn To Private Prosecutions
On 16 August, he was sentenced to 16 months' imprisonment.
UK
10 Sep 2018
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Assessing The Significance Of Amazon's Entry Into The Premier League Broadcasting Market
The Premier League recently announced that one of the final two domestic broadcasting packages for the live streaming of Premier League football had been sold to Amazon Prime for an undisclosed amount
UK
20 Aug 2018
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BT And Newcomer Amazon Win The Final Two Premier League Packages
Technology and Sport Managing Associate Simon Leaf was interviewed on both talkRADIO and talkSPORT about the impact of BT and Amazon winning the final two Premier League packages.
UK
12 Jun 2018
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Show's Over For Cable-Retransmission?
The decision of the CJEU in ITV v TVCatchup finally brought to an end a long-running complex dispute relating to the TVCatchup service, which has seen its fair share of twists and turns and cliff hangers.
UK
17 Apr 2018
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Premier League Broadcast Rights: Commentary On The Latest Sky And BT Sport Deal
There's also the international sale of these rights to be finalised over the next year or so, which will likely more than make up for any domestic shortfall.
UK
1 Mar 2018
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Who Regulates The TV You Watch And Might Brexit Change The Channel?
69% of UK adults get their news from TV. Of course, the picture is more complicated than that and is changing fast: according to Ofcom only half of 16-24 year olds say they use TV for news compared to 90% of those aged 65+.
UK
9 Feb 2018
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Incitement of Terrorism
We are living through challenging times. Two weeks ago we learned that OFCOM, the UK broadcasting regulator, could not take action against a London-based radio station accused of inciting violence against non-Muslims. This followed hard on the heels of an innocent man shot dead at Stockwell Station. Our liberal and authoritarian instincts each struggle for attention.
UK
13 Sep 2005
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