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Today we’re announcing that Sky Sports News will be relaunching as Sky Sports News HQ – with even more breaking news, in a brilliant new studio, with a brand new schedule and a revamp across all our apps,
Last season 49 out of the 50 most popular matches were on Sky Sports and this season our viewers can enjoy the same - more of the games that matter, more of the best experts and more of the best analysis.
Sky Sports 5 will be the new home of European football, including EURO 2016 qualifiers, Champions League, La Liga, Copa del Rey, and for the first time, Eredivisie – Holland’s top division. The channel goes live on 12
On Tuesday 13th May HISTORY™ launched the long awaited and much anticipated first episode of the original drama series VIKINGS in the UK. Just like the Norse invaders the premiere episode swept through Britain and Ireland taking over the
As the race for the Premier League title enters the home straight and the battle for promotion in the Sky Bet Football Leagues hots up, Sky Sports are hard at work. Not only are we putting the finishing tou
So what do our results tell us? The first thing that stands out is that competitors have had very little impact on our growth. In the last three months of 2013, our product sales rose by more
My co-host, Natalie Sawyer, and I have been working together on Deadline Day for the past 5 years and we love it. It’s a day where my phone doesn’t stop ringing, with managers calling me
As a business, we’ve created a market for premium content – where people are happy to pay for astonishing TV. We owe it to anyone who pays for Sky to keep upping the bar
Last month, we launched a brand new series with Karl Pilkington called, very aptly, The Moaning of Life. It’s Karl’s fourth series with Sky and he’s as bemused and philosophical as ever
For me, that means making drama that feels extra special, rewards the viewer and offers drama lovers something different. That gives me real freedom. If the remit is to offer something distinctive, risk-taking is actually the easiest route to
That’s why, back in October last year we first experimented with Ultra HD – or 4k, as some people call it. Back then, we had just a couple of handh
Ofcom recently published its Communications Market Report 2013 and it’s great news for TV. One of the key findings is that watching live remains the core way in which we watch television. Our own analysis of BARB