Sky news update: Sky is currently offering several different plans for their telephone service depending upon how much you use your phone. You must have Sky Rental Line prior to taking out any of the plans in order for them to work, more information can be found on Sky’s website. There are three main plans on offer right now: Sky Talk Weekends, Sky Talk Anytime UK and Sky Talk Anytime International.
Sky news update: Team sky manager believes that the team’s three stars, Froome, Wiggins and Cavendish can work together in the Tour de France. Rod Ellington the manager of Sky Pro Cycling, known as team Sky, believes that Chris Froome, Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish will be able to put their differences aside next year and focus on wining the Tour de France as a team.
Sky news update: In order to create a little more hype around and provide more information for the 2015 General Election, Sky will be televising debates. The idea is to televise three debates spaced two weeks apart during the weeks leading up to the 2015 General Election. David Cameron has recently been involved in a series of debates but he has questioned the timing of these televised debates.
Sky news update: Sky has released a wide range of new TV shows to add to their box set collection. Which they plan to expand further when possible. From the first of October 2013 onwards, a wide range of new programs will be added at intervals for Sky customers to view within the box set collection provide through Sky's service. Customers have the ability to pick exactly what they want to watch and when they watch it, this feature also applies to all box sets that Sky offer.
Sky news update: Sky and BT are currently both competing to secure the most TV and telephone subscribers they can. This will have an impact on the economy. Sky and BT are in an unending marketing battle to gain the most pay-TV sports subscribers and mobile company’s campaigns for 4G services. This battle is predicted to boost the UK and Ireland’s advertising market by over £12 billion this year. ZenithOptimedia are one of the biggest media buying agencies operating within the UK.
Sky news update: BT and BSkyB have ended a three year debate about getting Sky Movies for BT TV customers with a positive deal for a multi-year agreement. The multi-year agreement will enable BT TV customers to add Sky Movies to their service package from October 26. Amongst the premieres offered on the service this month are titles such as Gangster Squad and Les Miserables. The deal covers 11 Sky Movies channels and will be offered to BT customers with a YouView set-top box or a Vision+ box.
Sky news update: Sky Sports develop their sports coverage to include videos of goals embedded in Tweets, allowing almost-live viewing of the football games. Sky are considered the dominant presence on the sports coverage market as they have the exclusive rights to a large proportion of the matches that are played across a range of sports – football, cricket, rugby, athletics etc. There are very few sports that Sky Sports do not broadcast and one of their major recent acquisitions is F1.
Sky news update: Another update to Sky’s Now TV means they are now pushing to rival the internet based on demand TV programme and movie service Netflix. On demand has rapidly become an extremely large market as the world strives to remain as current as possible in the entertainment market as well as functioning normally and carrying out as busy lives as they choose to conduct. This has developed in line with the internet as it became clear that it could be used to transmit shows at individuals’ demands as opposed to being broadcast live.
Sky news update: Sky has recently lost contact with their news team operating in Syria. A reporter and camera man have gone missing. Sky News’ Arabia team has recently gone missing while reporting in Aleppo which is a city in northern Syria. Sky lost contact with the team on Tuesday 15th and have now confirmed them missing. Sky News Arabia is currently based in Abu Dhabi but operates all over the Middle East.
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