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Media commentator Paul Spain explains the twists and turns of Sky's potential merger with Vodafone, as the Commerce Commission is poised to reveal its decision on the proposed deal. He says changes… Audio
News from the business sector, including a market report. Audio
A brief update of movements in the financial sector. Audio
Sky Television has reported a sharp slide in its first half profit on fewer subscribers and higher costs as it waits for a decision on its billion dollar merger deal with Vodafone. Audio
Telecommunications company Spark and Sky Television will face off in court on Wednesday over the future of a merger that has yet to be approved, let alone put in place.
Sky Television has rejected a call to delay its planned merger with telecommunications company Vodafone if the deal is approved by the competition watchdog.
Sky Television will miss its profit forecast for the full year, as a drop in subscriber numbers drives down revenue.
The Commerce Commission is worried that customers could be lumped with long-term price hikes, if it gives the green light to a proposed merger between Sky Television and Vodafone. Audio
Sky Television has lost its bid for an interim injunction against Fairfax Media over the use of its Olympic footage. Sports Minister Jonathan Coleman talks to Checkpoint from Rio. Audio
Fairfax is using more footage of the Olympics than it is entitled to use and that's why Sky is taking the media company to court, Sky's Director of Communications Kirsty Way says. Video, Audio
The Commerce Commission says it's aiming to make a decision on the proposed merger between Vodafone and Sky Television, by early November. Audio
Shareholders in Sky Television have overwhelmingly approved the proposed merger with Vodafone. Audio
An analyst with brokerage Forsyth Barr says Sky Network Television should be able to keep up its dividend payout level even though the company has forecast a fall of up 11% in full year profit. Audio
As a global internet access service shuts down after legal action by media companies, the company behind it says it is business as usual.
Sky Network Television has lifted its half year profit, despite a loss of subscribers and greater competition in providing shows through the Internet. Audio