Read this: Sky may be forced to sell football and films to rivals at reduced prices |Media |guardian.co.uk
Summary: Earlier this month, BSkyB shelved plans for Picnic, which would see its three free-to-air channels replaced with a pay service, claiming that Ofcom's regulatory review was taking too long. It is understood that BSkyB came close to agreeing a wholesale distribution pricing deal with Ofcom earlier in the summer. Ofcom's consultations will close on December 9 with the findings due to be published in the new year. - guardian.co.ukwww.guardian.co.ukSky may be forced to sell football and f…
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