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LONDON: A lawyer for Rupert Murdoch's News Group Newspapers earlier this year accused the British Broadcasting Corporation of pursuing an investigation of alleged computer and phone hacking to "undermine" Murdoch's bid to acquire full ownership of satellite broadcaster BSkyB.
Like the AIR, the British Broadcasting Corporation ( BBC) and Australia Broadcasting Corporation ( ABC) have not sent their teams to cover the two- week tournament that began here on Tuesday.
The winner of the 2005 Nobel Peace Prize was slated to be on air with the British Broadcasting Corporation, but refused to do so in protest.
The BBC, that's the British Broadcasting Corporation, for those at the BBC who don't know, has for the past week been obsessed with the Presidential elections.
Several western media companies including book publishers HarperCollins and Random House, the British Broadcasting Corporation, CNN, The Financial Times and the Thomson Reuters Foundation have announced that they are to open offices within the Abu Dhabi Media Zone.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has launched its Arabic-language cable and satellite television channel, marking its second attempt to enter the market.
Prior to his two years with DDB, he worked as a consultant to the British Broadcasting Corporation.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has revealed its intention to launch social networking websites to boost its online presence, based on brands such as Top Gear and BBC Good Food.
That groundwork is one that goes deeper than the British Broadcasting Corporation's semi-regular cry of continental woe and the "it's-leading-if-it's-bleeding" philosophy of the alphabet white boys of American television news.
So what did the BRITISH Broadcasting Corporation man say as he held the trophy aloft?
The British Broadcasting Corporation pulled the program from the air in 2004 after protests.
MONDAY' TUESDAY' WEDNESDAY' THURSDAY' FRIDAY' SATURDAY' BBC and the BBC Logo are trade marks of the British Broadcasting Corporation and are used under licence.

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