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More sport must be on free to air TV, says Culture Secretary in wake of England's cricket World Cup …

Clive Efford, the former shadow sports minister who is now a Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee member, told the Telegraph that the …Read more





More sport must be on free to air TV says Culture Secretary in wake of Englands cricket World Cup success

Cricket administrators need to do more to put the sport on free to air television in the wake of the England men teams World Cup success Culture secretary Jeremy Wright cutting off vital funds from pay TV deals The news came as Labour questioned
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Ashes and World Cup qualifiers should go free-to-air says Davies review

Photograph Paul GilhamGetty Images A long-awaited independent review has today recommended that Ashes cricket international football World Cup culture media and sport secretary Don Foster said It is high time the Ashes were brought back to free
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Six Nations TV rights The shifting landscape of televised sport

The BBC divides coverage of F1 with Sky the FA Cup with BT and now rugby with ITV It is instructive that in the wake of the Six Nations deal Clive Efford MP Labours shadow minister for sport World Cup final must be broadcast on free-to-air TV
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The Common Man will be on your TV

RK Laxman Ki Duniya a serial on Sony SAB TV based on Mr Laxmans 60 years of work and focusing The family is seeking permission from Dr Singh to air his message as part of the serials promotional strategy Many celebrities including actor
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2 oil tankers struck in suspected attacks in Gulf of Oman shipping firms

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio warning that the world cannot afford a major confrontation in the Gulf region I strongly condemn any attack against civilian vessels Facts must be established and responsibilities clarified
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Sky to cry foul as Ashes and football qualifiers set for return to free TV

But the move will be cheered by the majority of viewers and free-to-air broadcasters including the BBC and ITV which say that more than eight bid to host the 2018 World Cup The sports bodies will attempt to convince culture secretary Ben Bradshaw
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