Sky news update: Sky have recently added the popular catch up TV service, 4oD, to their NOW TV service so thousands now have instant access to the service. NOW TV is a set top box offered by Sky. The service has been updated today, 27th November 2013, adding 4oD to the extensive selection of services available. Owners of the popular NOW TV set top box will now be able to watch the best Channel 4 shows such as, Fresh Meat, Homeland and Made in Chelsea, along with classic box sets including Father Ted and the IT Crowd, through any of their televisions.
Sky news update: Sky has recently, 1st December 2013, launched a specialized movie channel that will only show Christmas films until 2014. Sky has recently launched two new Sky Movies channels: Sky Movies Christmas and Sky Movies Christmas HD. The channel is designed to give Movies customers a non-stop stream of festive films until the start of the New Year.
Sky news update: Sky has made their Sky Store service, which rents and streams films, free to anybody with a sky account via YouView and Roku set top boxes. Sky have recently, 4th December 2013, opened their doors to non subscription customers so that anybody can now stream and rent films from online stores for as little as 99p. Non Sky subscribers will now be able to rent and stream films from other services other than Now TV, services such as YouView and Roku will now host the Sky store.
Sky news update: the Sky Go app for Android was announced back in November 2013, now in early December the app is finally available for download. Sky TV has recently, 4th December 2013, arrived on Android tablets. The highly anticipated Sky Go Tablet app finally arrived on the Google Play store; this means that anybody with an Android now has access to the app.
Sky news update: It has been discovered that Britons are paying more than most other nations for premium pay-TV packages at £66 per month. It has been discovered that Britons are paying more than most other nations for premium pay-TV packages.
Sky news update: The National Film and Television School, more commonly known as the NFTS, has recently collaborated with Sky to form a new partnership. The National Film and Television School, more commonly known as the NFTS, has recently collaborated with Sky to form a new partnership. This partnership will provide lucky students and/or members of the public with a 12 month diploma course which will focus around up and coming and current Digital Content and Formats.
Sky news update: At the start of this month, Sky launched their Sky Movies Christmas channel which exclusively shows back to back festive films. Many homes in Britain will be feeling slightly less in the Christmas spirit this year after Sky bought the television rights to air a total of thirty Christmas films. Millions of homes, which have limited access to only terrestrial television, will no longer be able to watch family Christmas films such as National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.
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