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Fox could separate Sky News to satisfy UK regulator

By Reuters
03 April 2018   |   11:57 am
Twenty-First Century Fox said it could legally separate Sky News within the wider Sky group to allay the concerns of a British regulator about the news service's continuing independence under Rupert Murdoch's ownership.

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