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Posted on: 20th September, 2017
The recent decision by Karen Bradley, the UK Culture Secretary, to refer 21st Century Fox’s bid to take over Sky Plc to the Competition and Markets Authority is a stark reminder…Read more
Posted on: 19th September, 2017
Since Q4 2016 MIDiA Research has been fielding a quarterly tracker survey across the US, UK, Canada and Australia to build a proprietary dataset that provides a unique insight into…Read more
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