Sky News Update: First plans announced of new channel aimed at the male market to rival ITV4 and Dave, predicted to launch July of next year. The broadcasting and broadband company are considering the launch of a television channel, exclusively targeted towards the male gender. The company have identified that they do not have this type of channel currently and believe it is the aspect missing from their wide selection of channels which are targeted towards a varied amount of consumers. There is thought to be a market for this male targeted channel and therefore the company are highly considering the launch. The company have said that if it were to launch this new channel, then they would re-promote Sky Bravo to be the male channel of choice. It was only two months ago that the company decided to close down this channel due to it featuring too similar content to another one of their channels, and for that reason there seemed to be no need for it. However, huge success seems to arise from male targeted channels such as Dave and ITV4, of which would be competitive rivals when the channel is launched. It has already been stated that if this idea was to follow through then the channel would be launched July of next year. Sky have said that there is definitely an opportunity for them to explore and develop into the male-oriented television channel market and is something they are keen to do. The company have not yet said which programmes the channel would be likely to show but would of course be of interest to the male audience as it has been said that it will be a male sport and entertainment channel. The broadcasting company already have a wide selection of programmes geared towards a different type of customer and it is therefore important that that type of television programmes that each channel shows do not overlap. The company have already experienced this issue before and therefore must avoid it happening again completely to prevent the closing down of channels. The company are always trying to improve and push themselves to the next level and stay ahead of the competition. They are currently experiencing tight rivalry with BT, in terms of their sports packages and therefore this could help them improve their consumer base. If you would like to get in contact with Sky, you can do so by clicking here, where you will be put through to their customer services department. Alternatively, for more information on their products and packages, visit their official website. For the Sky contact number, visit http://www.skycontactnumber.com/
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