Sky news update: Sky Sports F1 have recently secured ten exclusive races for next year’s season and have announced several special festive programmes. Sky announced today, 20th December 2013, that they have secure exclusive rights for multiple races in the 2014 Formula 1 season.
Genuine news websites have found themselves having to battle with Sky after the company’s default adult-content filters were found to be blocking them too. One company in particular, TorrentFreak have expressed their irritation at the filters that are applied to all Sky broadband services and the way they evaluate which sites are blocked.
It has been announced that Sky Deutschland are making it possible for customers to use a mini-pay service on the iPhone and iPod devices for buying content. Sky are notorious worldwide and Sky Deutschland is just one of the many branches of the company; all of the branches offer the same services. Sky are dedicated to delivering the most modern, innovative products for their customers and now Sky Deutschland has announced that their customers will be able to pay for the content they wish to view on their iPhones and iPods through the mini-pay application.
Sky news update: four mainstream F1 commentators are looking ahead to the 2014 season with a whole day dedicated to analysis and aired on Sky Sports News. Martin Brundle, Johnny Herbert, Anthony Davidson and Ted Kravitz are being assigned a two hour session each on Sky Sports News over the third Wednesday in January in order to look ahead to the 2014 F1 season.
Sky is due to be investigated, along with multiple other firms, by European regulators, into their exclusive deals with Hollywood regarding films. Sky is one of the biggest pay-TV distributors in the UK and Europe. They broadcast to all of Great Britain, Ireland, Italy and Germany. They provide a wide range of programmes including: documentaries, kids' shows, sports and movies.
In an attempt to bring in more customers to their pay-tv service, Sky have announced that they will be offering episodes of popular shows through YouTube. Thanks to the push they need to boost customers and bring in more viewers, Sky are making the move to offer free of charge episodes of some of their new, popular series in order to entice customers into subscribing.
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