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European Stocks Fall a Second Day; BSkyB, BT Group Slide
British Sky Broadcasting Group Plc and BT Group Plc tumbled 3.5 percent each, after winning the rights to show live English Premier League soccer matches by paying an extra 70 percent.
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BT hopes play on football will pay off
The telecoms group acquired 38 games for three seasons for �246m a season, a price more than 40 per cent higher than three years ago.
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BSkyB pays high price for BT challenge
At BSkyB headquarters in west London, a call was received last Friday that horrified senior executives - the Premier League was staging a second round of bidding for five of the seven available packages of live TV rights in the UK.
Why Sky and BT paid a staggering �3bn to screen Premier League matches  Daily Mail
Premier League broadcast deal: BT scores with 'first-pick games' in ...  This is Money
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BT rebuffed on pensions cost
In a ruling quietly issued last week, the commission has decided that BT's regulator, Ofcom, correctly barred the company from including deficit repair charges from the cost base that determines how much BT can charge competitors for use of its line ...
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BT (BT.A:LON) publishes 2012 Better Future report
Latest reports > BT (BT.A:LON) publishes 2012 Better Future report. BT Group plc. BT (BT.A:LON) publishes 2012 Better Future report.
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BT makes shock grab for Premier League rights
Ian Livingston, the chief executive of BT, said: �BT is already investing �2.5bn in fibre broadband. Securing Premier League rights fits naturally with this, as consumers increasingly want to buy their broadband and entertainment services from a single ...
Premier League rights sold to BT and BSkyB for �3bn  BBC News
The Premier League announce massive new agreement which will start in 2013 ...  Mirror.co.uk
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Risks, pay cuts � and an instinct to compete
But Emer Timmons is not coy on the subject. As president of BT Global Services UK, she has responsibility for a budget of about �4bn and for more than 17 years has held key roles at multi-billion pound telecoms and professional services businesses ...
BT to use football to sell broadband
BT will develop interactive features to be layered over the top of its football coverage, for example incorporating social networks such as Twitter or diagrams that go beyond the traditional action replay.
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Nick Harris: Gary Lineker and Adrian Chiles top the BT Premier hit-list
It is believed that Al Jazeera will focus now on wresting Premier League Middle East rights from the Abu Dhabi Media group, owned by the Al Nahyan family, who also own Manchester City.
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Telecom groups turn to SMEs for growth
As the economic downturn continues to squeeze consumers' wallets, some of the UK's telecoms companies have identified small businesses as a driver for growth.