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Nish Kumar and Josh Widdicombe pilot Sky show on local newspapers – News

BCG TV New Hold the first page Exclusive Wednesday August 11, 2021, 4:46 p.m. by Jay Richardson Nish Kumar and Josh Widdicombe pilot Sky comedy show on local news, British Comedy Guide exclusive can reveal. Hold The Front Page will see the duo champion the role that local newspapers play …

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Sky News Australia Removes Dozens Of Videos Promoting Unproven Covid Treatments | australian media

Sky News Australia has quietly removed at least 31 videos that question public health response to Covid-19 or promote unproven treatments as broadcaster prepares for chief executive Paul Whittaker to appear on Friday during a Senate investigation, can reveal Guardian Australia. Sky News will face the media diversity investigation after …

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Best broadband plans with a speed of up to 150 Mbps: ACT, Hathway, Tata Sky, JioFiber, etc.

ACT Fibernet, Tata Sky, JioFiber, Airtel and other broadband services now offer many attractive packages. If you are looking for a good broadband service that offers high internet speed at a reasonable price, you can check the list below. We have mentioned the 50 Mbps, 100 Mbps and 150 Mbps …

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Eurobites: Telecom Italia orchestrates a quantum communications demo at the G20

Also in today’s EMEA regional roundup: streaming service Paramount + heads to Sky platforms; Saudi Telecom Company’s second quarter impresses; Virgin Media is taking on BT and Sky’s football coverage on TV. Telecom Italia (TIM) and its international services arm, Sparkle, have achieved what they say is the first public …

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Sharri Markson Says Sky News Australia’s YouTube Suspension is a ‘Cancellation of Free Speech’ | australian media

News Corp Australia reporter Sharri Markson told Fox News in the United States that YouTube’s suspension of Sky News Australia for violating its policy of medical disinformation on Covid was “the most extreme nullification of human freedom. ‘imaginable expression’. Markson, the Australian newspaper’s investigative editor and Sky News presenter, appeared …

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Dua Lipa Says She Is ‘Horrified’ By Collaborator DaBaby After Her Homophobic Comments | Ents & Arts News

Dua Lipa added her voice to rapper DaBaby’s criticism after his seemingly homophobic comments on stage this weekend. DaBaby, who features on Lipa’s Levitating track, has been widely criticized for his comments last weekend, where he told members of the public to turn their phone lights up – unless they …

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Tokyo Olympics: Games Begin as Tennis Star Naomi Osaka Lights Cauldron at Opening Ceremony | World news

Tennis star Naomi Osaka lit the cauldron during the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics to mark the official start of this year’s delayed Games. The Japanese Grand Slam winner carried the Olympic torch on the steps of the cauldron sitting atop a Mount Fiji-inspired summit, with a flower-shaped sphere …

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Kahnawake obtains $ 5 million to provide high-speed Internet to the Mohawk community

Canada and Quebec have backed a plan to expand high-speed Internet across the province, with a joint investment of $ 94 million that will support local businesses, co-ops and nonprofits. Double The Éclair II component, (Lightning phase 2) the second phase of the Quebec Internet initiative aims to offer high-speed …

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Underground Train Fills with Water as Part of China Endures “Heaviest Rains in 1,000 Years” World news

Parts of China have been hit by “the heaviest rains in 1,000 years” – with footage showing underground train cars filling with water. More than eight inches of rain fell in Zhengzhou City, Henan Province, in a single hour on Tuesday. In recent European floods, the most affected regions of …

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