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Guru
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Curzon Film.

Looks like BT investing not just in sport.

"He said: “After the success of BT Sport they are looking to expand into other forms of content. We have a close relationship and we’ve been talking to them about the new fund.”"

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/mediatechnologyandtelecoms/10883808/BT-to-get-into-f...

Stew



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chipp
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Re: Curzon Film.

Oh Yay i can watch films i've never heard of before !!! would of been better spending the money on a few name grabbing films beating sky/netflix etc and then advertising to death, if netflix can beat sky to first rights to films on 5.99 a month bt sure as hell can too !! but guess they spent all the coffers on sport.

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Guru
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Re: Curzon Film.

Which name grabbing films do you have in mind? The same as Sky?
But we have Sky Movies on BT TV, surely we want something different?

Stew
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scointer
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Re: Curzon Film.

The hobbit Smiley Happy wasn't that a big win for Netflix (how about us getting the third film before anyone else)

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Guppyfish1
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Re: Curzon Film.

I really do think this is a good step in the right direction for BT. The films on offer on BT Film are not great and personally if they just offered TV box set as a package I would probably just go for these.

 

I did notice over the last couple of weeks that Film 4 shows some excellent films (better than BT Film) and I only wish they were also on BT Film.

 

I'd like to get Curzon films however I don't believe that Curzon will encourage more subs for BT as most of those films serve a niche market.

 

GF

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