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Sky and NBCUniversal announce multi-territory content deal

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Posted 17 May 2017, 7.16am edt

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In the UK and Ireland this means customers will continue viewing Universal Channel, Syfy and E! Entertainment and Movies 24 while customers in Germany and Austria will enjoy Universal Channel, Syfy and E! Entertainment and 13th STREET.


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