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UK culture secretary will say broadcaster ‘won’t be able to compete with streaming giants’ without extra cash
Digital-only agency founded to disrupt the advertising establishment is at full steam
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Google-owned platform becomes a serious competitor while trying to repair relations with big music labels
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SkyShowtime will bring together content from brands including Paramount, Universal and Nickelodeon
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UK politicians call for radical overhaul aimed at putting more money in artists’ pockets
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