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Eight-year-old video service is understood to be sold or shut down by Tesco, just three years after the retailer acquired an 80% stake in Blinkbox from former owners Eden Ventures and Nordic Venture Partners.
Blinkbox offers more than 10,000 films and TV shows on devices including PCs, Macs and tablets, and has content licensing deals with partners including BBC Worldwide, Channel 4 and film studios such as Fox and Universal.
Former BSkyB content chief Sophie Turner Laing will take charge of merged Endemol and Shine global TV production business.
Turner Laing, one of the most powerful female executives in media, had overall responsibility for non-sport Sky content until earlier this month, overseeing the launch of Sky Atlantic, Sky Living and Sky Arts during her 11 year tenure. She joined Sky in 2003 from the BBC, where she held a number of senior roles, including acting director of television.
The Digital TV Group (DTG) has paid tribute to Freesat Managing Director Emma Scott, who is standing down seven years after launching Britain's free satellite TV platform.
Scott was launch director for Freesat at the BBC from 2006 and has seen the free TV service grow to become the main TV service in almost two million British homes.