An investigation by the media regular revealed that the EE was failing to tell customers about its alternative dispute resolution scheme or that they could request a ‘deadlock’ letter entitling them to seek help from the arbiter.
A raft of major new dramas are heading to BT’s TV service after the ISP struck a deal to become the exclusive UK home of AMC, the US cable network. AMC’s past hits include Breaking Bad, Mad Men and Walking Dead. Today’s deal means Fear the Walking Dead, a spin-off of the last of these, will premiere in the UK exclusively on BT TV.
The European Commission has announced a formal antitrust investigation into Amazon’s Kindle ebook business and the way Amazon requires publishers to inform it about more favourable terms offered to its competitors.
This time round Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) is sent back in time to stop a T-800 (Schwarzenegger and youthful double) from killing 20-something Connor only to find she’s already prepared for the would-be assassin and has an unlikely partner – an older T-800 (Schwarzenegger) committed to keeping her alive.
Once upon a time films were promoted via the Hollywood star system, where promising young actors would be selected and new images created for them to sell their personas, and consequently their films, to the public.
The most asked question about BT’s new AMC channel is whether the channel is really exclusive to BT or is simply launching on its TV platform first, before arriving on the Virgin Media and Sky programme guides shortly after.