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Foxtel to allow the group to mirror the success of Britain's BSkyB by bundling broadband connections with pay-TV services in a bid to boost subscribers and profits. Weeks after James Packer talked up the potential of Foxtel pursuing a so-called "
Story continues below The merger, which was approved by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission last month, comes just in time for the London Olympics, with Foxtel already heavily promoting its coverage of the July Games. Foxtel chief
Foxtel received approval for the takeover in April, and on Thursday confirmed the process was complete. It will be "business as usual" for all customers, with billing, equipment and pricing to stay the same, it said. Advertisement: Story continues
Kirsty Simpson May 12, 2012 Read later New Foxtel chairman Robert Nason. Telstra executive Robert Nason has been appointed chairman of Foxtel as the group merges with the country's other main pay TV player Austar. Mr Nason joined the telco two years
Photon said Brian Bickmore had resigned from his post as chairman and would be replaced by Mr Porter on April 24. News of Mr Porter's new role came just days after Foxtel received the final approvals it needed for its $2 billion takeover of Austar.
Stephen Brook IT progressed at a snail's pace: it was on, then it was off, then on again...David Frith CAN a relational database program be colourful and sexy? Gillard government's personally controlled e-health record system. David Frith YOU have to
Story continues below After two years of working for SMS, Langsford set up IT and consulting group Change Corporation...The consistent thing for me is the pace of change,'' Langsford said during a recent visit to Melbourne. A born-and-bred Perth man,
Kirsty Simpson April 11, 2012 Read later Foxtel and Austar's merger conditions include concessions for the internet television market. Foxtel and Austar has been approved, after pay TV companies agreed to extra concessions to free up online rights to
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