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Sky invests $10 million in DataXu

MUMBAI: After recently investing in OTT video company TV4 Entertainment and online video aggregator Pluto TV, Sky has now invested $10 million in Boston based programmatic marketing analytics, data management and media activation software company DataXu.  

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Sky invests in US online TV company TV4 Entertainment

MUMBAI: Sky has invested $0.3 million, via convertible debt security, in LA-based TV4 Entertainment, which owns a growing portfolio of special-interest television channels aimed at audiences which are typically underserved by traditional TV companies.  

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Times Now launches in UK today; other European launches to follow

MUMBAI: The Indian and south Asian diaspora in the UK will get a dose of television news celebrity anchor Arnab Goswami from this week onwards. The reason: Times Now is slated to launch this week in the UK on channel 576 as a free to air channel on Sky on 15 November, after testing its signals for...

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21st Century Fox sees growth in cable & television; film segment disappoints

21st Century Fox reported total quarterly revenues of $6.08 billion in the quarter ended 30 September, 2015, which is a decrease of $406 million from the $6.48 billion of adjusted revenues reported in the prior year.

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Disney inks new multi-year deal with Sky

As per the new agreement, customers will get more Disney Channels series through Catch Up TV and On Demand than now available, at no extra cost

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