BPG in the News – October 30, 2013

Last Tango star to return in Happy ValleyBroadcastLast Tango writer Sally Wainwright revealed the casting decision at a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch on Monday. In Happy Valley, a 6 x 60-minute Red production, Lancashire will play a community police officer “who gets involved in something bigger than … [...]

Tue, Oct 29, 2013
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The GuardianDiane Keaton plans US remake of BBC’s Last Tango in HalifaxThe GuardianWainwright, the show’s Yorkshire-born writer and executive producer, told journalists at a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch on Monday that she would have an associate producer role on the US version, but did not expect to be closely involved. [...]

Tue, Oct 29, 2013
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Mirror.co.uk’Absolutely Fabulous’ Film ‘Will Never Happen’, Says Jennifer SaundersHuffington Post UKThe series – which aired for the first time in 1994 – returned for two specials over Christmas in 2011, with a further Olympics-themed episode airing ahead of the 2012 games. BBC executive Shane Allen said earlier this year at [...]

Wed, Oct 09, 2013
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BPG in the News – April 27, 2013


ChiswickW4.com
Torin Douglas To Leave The BBC
ChiswickW4.com
He will continue to be director of the Chiswick Book Festival and to help with the Bedford Park Festival. He will also continue as treasurer of the Broadcasting Press Guild and working with the Media Trust, which brings charities and the media together 

Posted: April 22, 2013, 2:09 pm
ITV To Acquire UK Production Company The Garden For $27M
Deadline.com
Its Inside Claridge’s won Best Documentary Series at the Broadcasting Press GuildAwards in March. Its credits also include Seven Dwarves for Channel 4 and BBC Two’s The Midwives and Keeping Britain Alive. ITV Studios, the production arm of ITV

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Posted: April 22, 2013, 10:32 am

The Guardian (blog)
BBC media player Torin Douglas throws in his cards
The Guardian (blog)
He will also be keeping up his sterling work as treasurer of the Broadcasting Press Guild. BBC arts correspondent David Sillito will be adding Douglas’s media beat to his reporting responsibilities when he leaves at the end of May. He’s certainly 

Posted: April 18, 2013, 1:19 pm
‘Sherlock’ Series Three: Producer Begs Fans To Keep Storylines A Surprise
Huffington Post UK
Broadcasting Press Guild TV & Radio Awards – Arrivals. LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 14: Benedict Cumberbatch attends the Broadcasting Press Guild TV and Radio awards on March 14, 2013 in London, England. (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images) 

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Posted: April 10, 2013, 3:30 pm
BBCWW, Lookout Point renew vows
C21Media
In recent weeks, Lookout Point projects have received 10 nominations for the upcoming Bafta TV Craft Awards later this month. In addition, Parade’s End won fourBroadcasting Press Guild Awards and Best TV Drama at the South Bank Sky Arts Awards last 

Posted: April 8, 2013, 7:44 am

 

BPG in the News – January 19, 2013


The Guardian
Kylie Minogue returns to TV in black comedy drama on Sky Arts
The Guardian
Sky’s head of drama, Anne Mensah, told journalists at a lunch organised by the Broadcasting Press Guild that: “I think there’s a drama renaissance going on at the moment … to add Sky to that mix, anything that Sky does makes the drama community in

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Posted: January 17, 2013, 12:06 am
Sky unveils biggest ever drama slate
C21Media
Announcing the drama slate at a Broadcasting Press Guild event, Sky’s head of drama, Anne Mensah said: “I’ve got a team that is about all sorts of different flavours and feelings, and that excites me. I think the point of being at Sky is to be unique

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Posted: January 17, 2013, 12:02 am

Latinos Post
Golden Globes 2013 Nominations Predictions: Who Will Win Best Mini-Series or
Latinos Post
It has won two Geneva Cinéma Tout Ecran awards (2011) and a Broadcasting Press Guild Award (2012). This is the second year it is nominated for the Golden Globes and boasts of four nominations between 2012 and 2013. Given its return nomination and

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Posted: January 10, 2013, 5:37 pm

 

BPG in the News – December 4, 2012

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The Guardian
James Hunt interview: Sky Arts is free from ‘the tyranny of overnights’
The Guardian
The BBC4 controller, Richard Klein, told a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch last week: “BBC4 is an editorialised proposition, Sky Arts shows lots of programmes. That is a different thing. We give intelligent context and insight into stuff, we don’t just

Posted: November 25, 2012, 7:00 pm

The Guardian (blog)
Media Monkey: Lygo’s woes, Klein’s sulks and Robert Jay’s source revealed
The Guardian (blog)
Though stopping short of clamming up, the BBC4 controller, Richard Klein, was sometimes sulky when he lunched with the Broadcasting Press Guild last week. Asked about once calling himself (before Lord Patten’s arrival) “the only Tory” in the BBC,

Posted: November 25, 2012, 6:45 pm

Radio Times
Don’t scrap Top of the Pops, BBC4!
Radio Times
Click the ‘on’ button to get live minute-by-minute updates. It was revealed on Wednesday at a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch that BBC4 might end up axing its repeats of classic ’70s Top of the Pops episodes as a result of the Jimmy Savile sex abuse
BBC to axe ‘Top of the Pops’ repeats in the wake of Jimmy Savile scandal?NME.com
Jimmy Savile scandal: BBC could axe Top of the Pops repeatsThe Guardian
BBC may drop Top Of The Pops repeats in wake of Savile scandalMetro
Complete Music Update
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Posted: November 22, 2012, 2:33 pm

Telegraph.co.uk
Jimmy Savile regularly walked in on patients in bath at Broadmoor
Telegraph.co.uk
His channel has been broadcasting classic editions of Top of the Pops for the past two years and is currently at 1977, but Mr Klein told the Broadcasting Press Guild he may stop the series before it gets to 1978 because of the Savile sex scandal.

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Posted: November 22, 2012, 7:24 am

Irish Independent
Klein: BBC4 will keep character in DQF cuts
Broadcast
Klein told a Broadcasting Press Guild event this week that “there was no getting around” the cuts imposed by the BBC’s Delivering Quality First scheme, which will kick in from April. BBC4 will no longer commission history programmes, drama or
BBC4 buys ‘Parks and Recreation’Variety
BBC4 prepares comedy pushC21Media

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Posted: November 21, 2012, 6:27 pm

 

BPG in the News – October 10, 2012


The Guardian (blog)
Media Monkey’s Diary: Max Hastings’ friend, Poor George and Heffer’s rival
The Guardian (blog)
Savile by the Oldie’s article in March and the mainstream press stories (notably in the Telegraph) following it up; and an answer, of sorts, came two days later in Lord Patten’s lunch with the Broadcasting Press Guild (which also yielded the

Posted: October 14, 2012, 5:01 pm
BBC To Put Freelancers On Payroll
4RFV
Patten told a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch in London on Wednesday that the BBC had never “connived at tax dodging”. He said he would publish recommendations on the BBC’s tax policies in the next fortnight after it receives the results of an

Posted: October 11, 2012, 3:11 pm
BBC Trust’s ‘freelancers on payroll’ remark not end for PSCs
Recruiter
he hopes “other public organisations will do the same”, does not mean that personal service companies (PSCs) are in inevitable decline. That is the view of contractor accountants following Lord Patten’s remarks to the Broadcasting Press Guild

Posted: October 11, 2012, 11:11 am
Patten backs more funding for BBC World News
Broadband TV News
Lord Patten told the Broadcasting Press Guild that one of his obsessions was an improvement in the quality of BBC World News. “Through no fault of the present or recent management, or the performers, we’ve under-resourced even though it is the service

Posted: October 11, 2012, 10:41 am

Daily Mail
BBC to rethink its coverage of EU and migration after accusations programmes
Daily Mail
In a speech to the Broadcasting Press Guild, Lord Patten said: ‘It’s an acceptance that these are areas where people are particularly concerned that we should get it right. ‘We’ve been criticised in those areas and we think it’s very important to

Posted: October 10, 2012, 11:11 pm
Jimmy Savile: BBC’s Lord Patten denies corporate cover-up
The Guardian
Lord Patten broke his near two-week silence at a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch on Wednesday to defend the involvement of director general George Entwistle and other senior executives who were aware of the proposed film at the time – and to provide a

Posted: October 10, 2012, 5:25 pm
BBC Trust puts Europe, religion and immigration under scrutiny
Broadcast
Lord Patten told the Broadcasting Press Guild today: “We’ve been criticised in those areas and we think it’s very important to listen to that criticism, not necessarily because it’s right but because it reflects real and interesting concerns. “Every

Posted: October 10, 2012, 4:51 pm
BBC’s coverage of religion, immigration and Europe to be scrutinised in review
The Guardian
“It’s an acceptance that these are areas where people are particularly concerned that we should get it right,” Patten told a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch in London. “We’ve been criticised in those areas and we think it’s very important to listen to

Posted: October 10, 2012, 3:35 pm
BBC Trust demands “gold standard” of child protection
Broadcast
At a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch today, Lord Patten said the Trust wanted to be satisfied with BBC procedures regarding sexual harassment, bullying and whistleblowing. “We want to ensure they’re gold standard and comply with best practice,” he said.

Posted: October 10, 2012, 3:09 pm

Radio Times
Sherlock up for best short-form drama at the 2012 Writers’ Guild Awards
Radio Times
Earlier this year Moffat won best writer at the Baftas for the episode A Scandal in Belgravia but, despite being nominated, the trio of Moffat, Gatiss and Thompson missed out on the writers’ honour at the Broadcasting Press Guild Awards. Elsewhere on

BPG in the News – May 15, 2012

Simon Mayo’s Blockbusters launches tonight
ATV Today
In 2008, he was recognised as the ‘Radio Broadcaster of the Year’ at the 34th annual Broadcasting Press Guild Awards and the ‘Speech Broadcaster of the Year’ at the Sony Radio Academy Awards. Blockbusters first broadcast in 1982 in the UK on ITV,

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Posted: May 14, 2012, 2:20 pm

The Guardian
Lord Bragg: Channel 4 failing on the arts
The Guardian
Bragg told a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch on Wednesday. “They are in a wonderful position. To have Channel 4′s resources and possibilities and lack of responsibilities, why aren’t they attacking the arts?” Asked why, in his opinion, the broadcaster
Bragg defends South Bank Show moveC21Media

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Posted: May 9, 2012, 4:31 pm
Bragg steps into grime with Rascal
The Press Association
Speaking at a meeting of the Broadcasting Press Guild, he said: “Is it the sort of stuff I listen to every night? No. Is it good? Yes.” He said: “I’m 72, they’re 22; it doesn’t matter. Whatever the thing is, they’re on to it and Jesus what a story.

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Posted: May 9, 2012, 4:30 pm

Journalism.co.uk
Daily Mail named London Press Club newspaper of the year
Journalism.co.uk
The Panorama episode documented abuse at a care home and also won at the Broadcasting Press Guild awards in March. Sky News celebrated two wins, with Mark Kleinman named business journalist of the year and Alex Crawford broadcast journalist of the year

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Posted: May 9, 2012, 9:04 am

The Guardian
Bafta TV awards: Appropriate Adult leads nominations
The Guardian
It has already been acclaimed by the Royal Television Society and Broadcasting Press Guild. Sherlock’s nominations throw up a battle between good and evil with both Watson (Martin Freeman) and Moriarty (Andrew Scott) competing for best supporting actor

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Posted: April 24, 2012, 9:34 am

The Guardian (blog)
Media Monkey’s Diary: Tom Watson, Danny Cohen and executive parking
The Guardian (blog)
“And if I do eat lunch I have no appetite for the meal I really do love, which is dinner,” he told a Broadcasting Press Guild, er, lunch (Shearer declined, but did eat a banana). “I get an extra hour or two to work because I like working,” he added.

Posted: April 22, 2012, 7:45 pm
‘Nixon’s the One’ for British network – Celebrity News
San Francisco Luxury News
Addressing a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch Tuesday in London, Shearer said he’d sold his little Oval Office-set comedy to a UK network first because US network suits wouldn’t get the joke (see Discovery documentary, above) — and because the American

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Posted: April 18, 2012, 5:20 pm

BPG in the News – January 19, 2012


C21Media
High drama at BBC1
C21Media
Speaking at a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch in London, Stephenson said: “Last year, we put a huge amount of focus on BBC2. We doubled the investment and increased our audience from an average of 1.9 million to 2.9 million and those shows were 

Posted: January 18, 2012, 7:18 am
Sherlock Set To Return
4RFV
The BBC have announced plans for a wealth of new dramas during theBroadcasting Press Guild in London including an adaptation of Philippa Gregory’s best-selling novels. In addition plans for adaptations of Wilkie Collins’ The Moonstone and James 

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Posted: January 17, 2012, 2:19 pm

The Guardian
Should trans screen roles be played by trans actors?
The Guardian
“[It's] a brilliant story,” Stephenson told the Broadcasting Press Guild, “untold, I think, on mainstream television.” Bean’s appearance is the latest to raise an issue constantly debated within certain circles: should trans roles on screen be played 

Posted: January 14, 2012, 3:01 pm

Sydney Morning Herald
Prime time nudity gets Brits hot under the collar
Sydney Morning Herald
“We thought about it incredibly carefully and obviously it got 100 complaints and 10.6 million people watched it,” Stephenson told the Broadcasting Press Guild. The Sherlock scene that caused all the fuss. Photo: BBC The plot, an update of Arthur Conan 

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Posted: January 13, 2012, 1:46 am
Matthew Macfadyen, Hayley Atwell land BBC drama roles
Digital Spy UK
BBC head of drama Ben Stephenson confirmed the casting of Macfadyen at the recent Broadcasting Press Guild lunch. The former Spooks star’s recent credits include 2011 blockbuster The Three Musketeers and Channel 4 mini-series Any Human Heart. 

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Posted: January 12, 2012, 1:25 pm
‘Luther’, ‘Death in Paradise’ to return to BBC One
Digital Spy UK
BBC head of drama Ben Stephenson made the announcement at the recentBroadcasting Press Guild lunch. Death In Paradise – described by Stephenson as “old-fashioned fun with a modern slant” – stars Ben Miller as Richard Poole, a stuffy British policeman 

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Posted: January 12, 2012, 1:16 pm
BBC One To Adapt James Herbert Haunted House Novel
SFX
BBC Controller Of Drama Ben Stephenson made the announcement yesterday amid a bunch of new drama announcements at the Broadcasting Press Guild lunch yesterday. And while the rest of the media is getting all excited about the Beeb turning the War Of The 

Posted: January 12, 2012, 8:08 am

Telegraph.co.uk
Transsexual role for hardman Bean
The Press Association
He told members of the Broadcasting Press Guild: “He’s playing a transsexual, a brilliant story, untold I think on mainstream television”. Other names lined up for the new series include Anna Maxwell Martin, Stephen Graham and Liverpudlian comic John 
Sean Bean takes on trans role for BBC dramaPinkNews.co.uk
Sean Bean turns transsexual for role in BBC1 drama AccusedMetro

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Posted: January 12, 2012, 12:30 am

The Guardian
BBC boss defends Sherlock nudity
The Press Association
Mr Stephenson told the Broadcasting Press Guild: “We thought about it incredibly carefully and obviously it got 100 complaints and 10.6 million people watched it”. The plot, an update of Arthur Conan Doyle’s A Scandal in Bohemia, starred Pulver as a 
Sherlock bosses defend nudity: It’s a cheeky show, we don’t have to be dullMetro
BBC Defend Sherlock Nude ScenesGigwise
Sherlock is cheeky entertainment, insists BBC after nudity complaintsThe Guardian

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Posted: January 11, 2012, 6:30 pm

BBC News
War of the Roses saga set for television adaptation
BBC News
Plans for other new dramas were announced at the Broadcasting Press Guild in London. These include adaptations of Wilkie Collins’ The Moonstone and James Herbert’s The Secret of Crickley Hall. The BBC said War Of The Roses will be told uniquely from 
BBC Commissions Slate of New Dramas – One about the War of the Roses!Anglotopia.net
BBC1 unveils five new shows as part of 2012 drama pushTelevisual
More Death in Paradise and Luther announced by BBC head of dramaRadio Times
The Guardian -C21Media
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Posted: January 11, 2012, 5:49 pm

BPG in the News – January 2, 2012


Telly Mix
ITV boss rules out ‘major changes’ to The X Factor next year
Telly Mix
Speaking at a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch, he explained: “I think the new judges have done a fantastic job and are important to the future of the show.” He added that there’d be categorically no major overhaul for the series next year, 

Posted: December 14, 2011, 9:10 am

The Guardian
ITV chief defends hiring of Adrian Chiles and Christine Bleakley
The Guardian
“It is important to remember GMTV was on a gradual slide down and it is important to try and take a risk,” said Crozier, speaking at a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch on Wednesday. It was hoped that the pair would reproduce the chemistry that had made 

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Posted: December 8, 2011, 12:22 pm

heatworld
Kate Middleton and Prince William are X Factor fans!
heatworld
“I think the new judges have done a fantastic job and are important to the future of the show,” he said at a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch earlier this week. When asked if thought the show needed a major overhaul he simply said, “no. 

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Posted: December 8, 2011, 11:32 am

Entertainmentwise
Britain’s Got Talent: Simon Cowell Will Return
Entertainmentwise
He told the Broadcasting Press Guild lunch: “BGT and X Factor are two of the best known and best loved shows but we had only ever had them on annual deals. It was important to put them on a longer-term footing.” Whether fans will return for Simon is 

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Posted: December 8, 2011, 10:50 am

Telegraph.co.uk
Downton Abbey episode lengths to be shortened to cut adverts
Telegraph.co.uk
ITV boss Adam Crozier revealed the change at a Broadcasting Press Guildlunch in London. Viewers were perturbed at the high number of adverts when the hit show returned to television screens for its second series in September, with only 54 minutes of 
Downton Abbey Cut Ad-breaks After Viewer’s BacklashEntertainmentwise
Downton Abbey episodes to be one hour long after ad complaintsMirror.co.uk
Downton Abbey episodes to be capped at an hourThe Guardian
Daily Mail -Unreality TV -OntheBox
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Posted: December 8, 2011, 10:41 am

Telegraph.co.uk
‘The X Factor’ won’t need overhaul, says ITV boss Adam Crozier
Digital Spy UK
Speaking at a press conference during the Broadcasting Press Guild lunch on Wednesday, the ITV boss defended X Factor’s ratings performance and praised the judging panel lineup of Gary Barlow, Kelly Rowland, Tulisa Contostavlos and Louis Walsh, 
Simon Cowell’s Britain’s Got Talent Return ConfirmedMTV UK
ITV’s Crozier says YouView has it all to play forBroadband TV News
The X Factor doesn’t need overhaul, says ITV bossThe Guardian
C21Media -Telegraph.co.uk -Metro
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Posted: December 8, 2011, 12:38 am
BPG lunch: hacks bumped off the top table
The Guardian (blog)
Uproar at Wednesday’s Broadcasting Press Guild lunch with ITV’s Adam Crozier. Unfortunately, not because he announced the return of Tiswas. Pandemonium ensued when media hacks arrived at the monthly get together with a broadcasting bigwig to find the 

Posted: December 7, 2011, 4:31 pm

BPG in the News – May 20, 2011

No privacy law to gag press, Jeremy Hunt says – Telegraph

Telegraph.co.uk - ‎19 May 2011‎
The current proliferation it the number of super-injunctions was “bordering on farce” at a meeting with the Broadcasting Press Guild, Mr Hunt said. 

Major review amid growing concern over use of gagging…

Telegraph.co.uk - ‎20 May 2011‎
The current proliferation of superinjunctions was “bordering on farce”, Mr Hunt said at a meeting with the Broadcasting Press Guild

C21Media:

C21Media - ‎20 May 2011‎
 the start that we are going to go through this process totally thoroughly and impartially,” he said, speaking at a Broadcasting Press Guildmeeting. 

UK gov’t won’t rush BSkyB deal – Entertainment News,…

variety.com - ‎20 May 2011‎
Hunt had been expected to sign off the deal at the end of April, but speaking to the Broadcasting Press Guild on Thursday he said: “It has taken longer than 

BPG in the News – February 7, 2011

Sky Atlantic’s Entourage gathers posse of 18000 The Guardian - ‎Feb 4, 2011‎

SKY ATLANTIC HITS CHOPPY WATER Entourage: Sky Atlantic, 10.30pm – Day three of Sky’s new HBO-packed channel and a ratings squall appears to have blown in,

Virgin Media in talks to offer Sky Atlantic Telecompaper (subscription) - ‎Feb 4, 2011‎

UK cable operator Virgin Media is in talks to offer its customers the new channel Sky Atlantic. However, BSkyB is neogtiating sharply on the cost of showing

Judge Sky Atlantic on buzz not ratings, says Sky boss Mike Darcey TBI Vision - ‎Feb 4, 2011‎

BSkyB says it will judge the success of its HBO-programmed channel Sky Atlantic on the buzz it creates, not its audience numbers.

Darcey questions online strategies Broadband TV News - ‎Feb 4, 2011‎

“Rather like newspapers, free-TV networks have been gripped by this desire to throw all their content online for free,” Mike Darcey, Sky’s chief operating

Virgin screens fail to cross Sky Atlantic Broadband TV News – ‎Feb 4, 2011‎

Sky Atlantic, this week’s high profile channel launch, looks set to remain absent from UK cable homes for the time being. Speaking to the Broadcasting Press

Sky Atlantic won’t be on Virgin Media soon, says BSkyB boss The Guardian

Thus far they have not been persuaded,” Darcey told a Broadcasting Press Guild lunch. He added that he felt that Virgin Media’s “enthusiasm” for content had

BSkyB-Vorstand rüffelt Gratis-Mediatheken der Privatsender Digitalfernsehen.de – 1 day ago

Bei einer Veranstaltung der Broadcasting Press Guild am Freitag sagte der Chief Operation Officer von BSkyB, genau wie Tageszeitungen würden frei

Broadcasters hope for 3D royal wedding Daily Telegraph – Feb 04 05:00am

BROADCASTERS are “optimistic” about plans to show the royal wedding in 3D, but the final decision will lie with the palace.

Royal wedding may be broadcast in 3-D ANI via Yahoo! India News – Feb 05 09:23pm

London, Feb 06 (ANI): Don’t have an invitation to the royal wedding? Well, you may still be able to witness it – jus like you were there.

Royal wedding: William and Kate’s nuptials may be broadcast in 3-D Daily Mail – Feb 05 07:09am

Broadcaster BSkyB confirmed this week that they were ‘optimistic’ about plans to show the royal wedding in 3-D but the final decision will lie with the palace.

Sky boss claims rival wants service ‘on the cheap’, and says Andy Gray and Richard Keys ‘crossed the line’ with sexist banter The BSkyB chief operating officer, Mike Darcey, today warned Virgin Media subscribers who want to watch The Sopranos and Mad Men not to expect Sky Atlantic on their EPG any time soon. Darcey indicated that Sky was in talks with Virgin Media about a carriage deal to get …

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William, Kate’s wedding on 3-D? – Hindustan Times

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Prince William, Kate`s wedding on 3D? – Spicezee

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Royal wedding may be broadcast in 3-D – DailyIndia.com

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Royal wedding: William and Kate’s nuptials may be broadcast in 3-D

Broadcaster BSkyB confirmed this week that they were ‘optimistic’ about plans to show the royal wedding in 3-D but the final decision will lie with the palace. [Read more...]

Royal wedding: William and Kate’s nuptials may be broadcast in 3-D – Daily Mail

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Sky Atlantic won’t be on Virgin Media soon, says BSkyB boss

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