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BSkyB is to create 350 jobs at its customer services call centre in Newcastle, and a further 200 sales jobs at other sites.
BSkyB is to acquire the O2 and BE consumer broadband and fixed-line telephony business of Telefonica UK for £180m.
BSkyB has acquired Parthenon Media Group, the Hertfordshire-based international media distribution company.
BSkyB has unveiled plans to expand its headquarters at Osterley in Middlesex into a media campus for 12,000 staff, including new studios, offices and a visitor centre.
BSkyB is planning to create 1,300 jobs in the UK and Ireland over the next two years, and has also announced plans to launch a new online TV service.
BSkyB is said to be planning to set up a new call centre at Wellbar Central in Newcastle city centre, with the creation of 400 jobs.
BSkyB is reported to be in negotiations to set up a 162,000 sq ft office at the First Central Business Park in London NW10.
BSkyB has appointed Hanover Green to find a suitable building in west London for a new office of up to 180,000 sq ft.
BSkyB is planning to set up a new Sky TV call centre in Sheffield in July, with the creation of 500 jobs, and expects to create 1,500 jobs across the country.
BSkyB is to acquire The Cloud, the wireless broadband firm, from DFJ Esprit for undisclosed terms.
BSkyB is to create a further 400 jobs at its new call centre in Stockport over the next few months.
BSkyB is to sell Easynet Global Services, the telecoms company, to private equity firm LDC for £100m.
BSkyB is to acquire a number of TV channels from Virgin Media for £160m, including Living, Challenge and Bravo.
BSkyB is planning to relocate its Sky Bet sports betting division and more than 150 staff from Harrogate to a new 15,000 sq ft office at 2 Wellington Place in Leeds.
BSkyB is to open a 23,500 sq ft Sky TV call centre at St Peter's Square in Stockport in June, with the creation of 550 jobs.
BSkyB is to create 1,000 jobs across the country, including 80 at a call centre in Uddingston, Lanarkshire, and 56 field engineers in Scotland.
BSkyB is investing £77m in a new broadcasting facility at its Osterley site in London by 2011, having selected Sony as the lead systems integrator.
BSkyB is to set up a new call centre for its TV, broadband and phone services at City Walk in Leeds early next year, with the creation of 350 jobs.
BSkyB is to invest an unspecified amount in the development of a new environmentally-friendly data centre and studio at its site in Isleworth.
BSkyB is looking to relocate the Brentford headquarters of its broadcasting business to a new 150,000 sq ft site in west London by 2010, having appointed CB Richard Ellis to advise.
BSkyB has acquired 365 Media, the operator of betting and sports websites, for £96m.
BSkyB is to set up a new administrative centre in Livingston, with the creation of up to 255 jobs, in order to consolidate its corporate finance and legal operations on one site.
BSkyB is to invest £400m in the development of a broadband internet access business over the next three years.
BSkyB is to create 600 new jobs in Scotland, including 350 at a new satellite TV call centre in Uddingston and 250 technical jobs in Dunfermline, while a further 600 installation jobs are being created across the country.
BSkyB is to acquire Easynet, the internet service provider, for £211m, in order to form a new Sky Broadband division.
BSkyB is to expand its pay-TV business with a £450m investment in infrastructure and technology over the next four years, and its marketing spend will rise by £25m next year.
BSkyB is planning to set up a 140,000 sq ft office at New Horizon Court in Brentford.
BSkyB is to create 300 new jobs at its customer contact centres in Livingston and Dunfermline.
BSkyB is considering plans to expand its in-house advertising department, in order to produce low-cost commercials for first-time TV advertisers.
BSkyB has announced a deal with Stamford Homes of Peterborough to install satellite TV services in 450 new homes each year.
BSkyB is to invest about £2m connecting council estates in the London boroughs of Enfield and Newham to digital TV.
BSkyB has won government permission to acquire full control of British Interactive Broadcasting, the operator of the Open interactive TV service.
BSkyB has acquired Sports Internet for £300m, in order to expand its online sports business with new content and e-commerce potential.
BSkyB is considering plans to develop online and TV betting services in partnership with Ladbroke.
BSkyB has acquired a 9.9% stake in Chelsea, in a £40m deal that will also see the development of a joint venture internet portal for the football club.
BSkyB has announced plans to invest £250m over the next 18 months on the development of its internet business, by putting more content on computers and mobile handsets.
BSkyB is planning to recruit 600 staff for its Scottish call centres as well as 2,050 installation engineers, in order to keep up with demand for digital TV.
BSkyB is to recruit a further 1,200 staff at its Scottish call centre as well as an extra 500 engineers in order to cope with demand for its new digital TV service.