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From 1 April 2014 the Competition Commission is abolished and its functions transferred to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). There will be no further updates to this website after 31 March.

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) brings together the Competition Commission (CC) and the competition and certain consumer functions of the OFT. The CMA takes on its full powers and responsibilities on 1 April 2014.

Movies on pay TV market investigation


Date of referral: 04.08.10        Statutory deadline: 03.08.12

Email: info@cc.gsi.gov.uk


Summaries of response hearings held with parties

PartyDate published 
A non-major studio 1 (PDF, 34 Kb)  09.11.11
A non-major studio 2 (PDF, 37 Kb)  09.11.11
Blinkbox (PDF, 26 Kb)  07.12.11
BT (PDF, 43 Kb)  16.11.11
BT (PDF, 100 Kb)  10.07.12
Lovefilm (PDF, 43 Kb)  20.02.12
Netflix (PDF, 41 Kb)  20.02.12
NBCUniversal (PDF, 43 Kb)  07.12.11
Ofcom (PDF, 165 Kb)  09.11.11
Paramount Pictures Corporation (PDF, 47 Kb)  16.11.11
Respondent A (PDF, 81 Kb)  16.11.11
Sky (PDF, 47 Kb)  07.12.11
Sony Pictures Television (PDF, 39 Kb)  09.11.11
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (PDF, 42 Kb)  09.11.11
Virgin Media (PDF, 48 Kb)  16.11.11
Virgin Media (PDF, 95 Kb)  10.07.12
The Walt Disney Company Limited (PDF, 43 Kb)  16.11.11
Warner Bros Entertainment UK Limited (PDF, 41 Kb)  16.11.11
YouView TV Limited (PDF, 37 Kb)  07.12.11
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