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The BBC is driving its presenters to despair

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Complaints about the BBC’s U-turn on tax aren’t the whines of rich luvvies. One colleague has had to work while being treated for cancer

Doctor Who and Tonnes of Other BBC Shows Are Leaving Netflix This Month

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It's no secret that Netflix can have problems with streaming rights, which is why the company has been investing so much money in original content. From the looks of things we've got another cull on our hands, with BBC content at its centre.

BBC LAUNCH NEW APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITIES

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New BBC schemes to improve opportunities for young people from diverse backgrounds to get sought after apprenticeships in the BBC and creative sector

Decline and Fall, BBC Two review

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Jack Whitehall is the hapless Paul Pennyfeather in Evelyn Waugh's gloriously unromantic vision of life in a (terrible) public school, for BBC Two.

Now TV takes up to 40% off monthly passes

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Now TV, Sky’s subscription-free on-demand service, is giving new customers the chance to save up to 40% when they commit to having the service for longer than a month.

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Beckenbauer ends Sky TV contract as pressure mounts

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March 17 – Franz Beckenbauer, under increasing scrutiny over the mysterious SFr10 million payment made during Germany’s 2006 World Cup bid campaign which he led, has asked to be released from his contract as an expert analyst and commentator for Sky Deutchland’s football coverage.

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Vodafone to launch pay-TV service

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Vodafone is gearing up for the launch of a pay-TV service in November. This follows news that the company plans to re-enter the broadband market, and means that the provider could become a serious rival to the likes of BT, TalkTalk, Sky and Virgin Media. TV subscribers have to pay an average of £2.50 extra a month.

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DTG warns against ‘over-promising’ on 4K

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The UK’s Digital TV Group (DTG) has warned against “over-promising on the 4K experience” claiming that exaggerating the quality of picture early on could damage consumer confidence.

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