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Before Long the UKs TV Magazines Will Need to List Broadband TV Programming From Several Vendors, But There Will Be No Schedules – Welcome to Watch What You Like When You Want
Philip M. Stone November 3, 2005
BT, the largest British telephone company, is teaming with Philips and Microsoft, to turn itself also into a television company next year offering 30 digital terrestrial channels via aerial reception plus a video on demand library and a “catch-up” service covering the past seven days delivered via broadband. Not to be outdone, satellite broadcaster BSkyB is paying £211 million for broadband supplier Easynet that puts the company, 37.2% owned by News Corporation, into the telecom and broadband business. available for restricted access.
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