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Sky One has held a central place in the bundle of pay-TV provider Sky being its first main offering as it ramped up its entertainment offer, especially with original drama, but the company is to say goodbye to the brand from 1 September.
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Streaming platform LIVENow will offer single match passes for the English Premier League 2021/22 season for viewers in Singapore, who will be able to buy pay-per-view passes for one fixture per match week.

SPI/FilmBox has struck a distribution deal with Canal+ Group to bring its combat sports entertainment hub FightBox to Ethiopia.

After its formation was announced to the fury of football fans and teams, industry analysts are questioning whether the proposed European Super League (ESL) has commercial viability.
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Releasing further data from a study that has already shown that pay-TV subscriber losses in the US and Canada are set to slow from 2021, falling by 16 million in total between 2020 and 2026, Digital TV Research has revealed that North American OTT TV episode and movie revenues will reach $94 billion in 2026.

Just as it was facing the prospect of a massive hole in its finances after the collapse of the deal with its original majority rights holder Mediapro, the League de Football Professionnel (LFP), which runs the Ligue 1 top flight French football league, has announced that minority rights holder Canal+ has stepped into the gap for the end of the current season.
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After going on-demand with the channel with one of its key partners, AMC Networks International Southern Europe (AMCNISE) is to launch the SELEKT channel in Spain in blocks to suit the viewing habits and preferences of pay-TV audiences.
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Promising an annus mirabilis for viewers in 2021, leading European media firm Sky and its NOW TV online video subsidiary are launching more than 125 new Sky Originals in 2021, the company’s biggest ever line-up of TV and film.
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