Having firmly crossed the 100 day's to go mark, all eyes have turned to the various party leaders in order to see what their plans for the future of the nation are. All broadcasters have in place plans to give the electorate a chance to get to know the leaders a little better, but Sky are kicking off proceedings with their own effort in the shape of Stand Up Be Counted: Ask The Leaders.
After a 61 year relationship with Golf's governing body, the Royal & Ancient, the BBC have lost the right to broadcast The Open, with the honours instead going to Sky Sports, who will begin their broadcasting of the historic event from 2017. With those rights gained, Sky now has exclusive rights to broadcast each of the four majors; The Open, The Ryder Cup, the European Tour and the PGA Tour.
BT, once owner of O2 and biggest telecommunications company in the UK, is to buy EE for a total of £12.5 billion. The deal will create a telecommunications giant which covers fixed-line phones, broadband, mobile and TV with unparalleled synergy between the two companies. It will also allow BT to bolster their offerings across all sectors and mount a realistic challenge to Sky's throne, but what does the deal mean for Sky in the short, medium and long term?
Football fans across England, rejoice! The Sky Bet transfer fund is back and it's ready to help your team of choice earn £250,000 in transfer money and £5000 to spend on yourself.
Sky have teamed up with Snapchat in order to launch quick news blasts to millions of young people up and down the country.
SES Astra, the company which runs the satellites Sky uses has launched a demo 4K TV channel, showcasing that 4K content can be beamed down to a TV set using the exact same satellites that Sky are currently using.
Julia Davis' hit comedy Hunderby will be returning for a Christmas special, discover all about it here.
Good news for Sky today, as the company have been named the News Channel of the year at the annual Royal Television Society Awards, having seen off immense competition from the likes of CNN and BBC News, two of the biggest and most respected news organisations in the world. This victory marks the ninth time Sky have returned from the awards ceremony victorious in their category, breaking all records and truly giving Sky something worthwhile to crow about.
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