BBC Shouldn’t Be Spending Big on U.S. Content, Rival Says

Jul 1, 2008  •  Post A Comment

BSkyB, the Rupert Murdoch-controlled satellite TV service in the U.K., said the BBC shouldn’t pursue U.S. films and series for broadcast, Daily Variety BSkyB argued that the public broadcaster should not misuse public funds outbidding privately owned outlets for shows such as “Heroes” and “The Tudors.” The BBC spends an estimated $200 million for U.S. series and motion pictures, BSkyB told the U.K. regulator Ofcom, Variety reports.
—Sergio Ibarra

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