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Telecom Italia Reaches Internet-TV Deal With Sky
Telecom Italia SpA (TIT) , the country’s largest phone company, is teaming with Rupert Murdoch ’s Sky Italia SpA for an Internet-television service to attract broadband subscriptions, giving consumers an alternative to satellite TV.
America’s #1 Japanese Network Now Available Through International Media Distribution to Charter Customers in Select ...
TV JAPAN & TV JAPAN HD delivers premium news and entertainment 24/7. (PRWeb April 22, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/04/prweb11785378.htm
Juventus Transfer News and Rumours Tracker: Week of April 21
Juventus are on the verge of a third successive Scudetto , a triumph that appears to have been underplayed somewhat. The Bianconeri have been phenomenal in Serie A, but failure in Europe and the supposed lack of competition back home has diminished the size of their achievement to an extent. Some significant moves this summer will be necessary for the Old Lady to kick on in Europe and become ...
Uproar over Vogue's 'Horror Story' Domestic Violence Fashion Shoot
Because women in pain will never be chic. Ever.
Sky Italia Lodges Appeal Against New Italian Copyright Regulations
At the beginning of April, we published a story about the new Italian online copyright enforcement that went into effect on March 31st.
Church services rearranged for race
The two cathedrals in Armagh agree to change the times of their Sunday services to avoid a clash with the Giro d'Italia cycle race next month.
Telecom Italia Appoints Recchi Chairman
Telecom Italia SpA (TIT) shareholders today voted for a board with Giuseppe Recchi as chairman after months of clashes over the indebted company.
AC Milan Transfer News and Rumours Tracker: Week of April 7
Things are still changing at AC Milan . Last week, Barbara Berlusconi declared at an event that her family could sell up to 30 percent of the club “to make a leap forward and compete with the strongest clubs in Europe,”  per Reuters . A report in the Spanish daily AS ( h/t Football Italia ) suggests that a businessman from Singapore would like to buy 51 percent of the shares for €300 million ...
Telecom Italia overhauls board, elects new chairman
A Telecom Italia tower in Rome on January 15, 2014
In the pink
Armagh hoping for a sea of pink when Giro d'Italia comes to town

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