Sky news update: the ever expanding Sky Catch-up service has added 12 more channels and more than 100 series of TV shows, for Entertainment Extra+ customers. In addition to the already vast array of channels available to their customers on the Catch-up service offered by Sky, there have now been a further 12 channels added. The list includes, Discovery, TLC, E!, Star, Watch, GOLD, Dave, Alibi, Cartoon Network, Cartoonito, Boomerang and Sky News. This means that whoever you are, whatever your interests are you never need to miss a show again.
Sky news update: Ex-cricket star Andrew Flintoff is tipped to be the next retired sportsman to join the roster on Sky with a documentary on the Amazon. The Sky Sports cricket commentary team is already jam-packed with old England captains and stars and Andrew “Freddie” Flintoff is tipped to be the next man to join the team.
Sky news update: in order to remain relevant in the market Sky are offering extra deals for new customers with their TV, broadband and telephone contracts. When you make the move to a new house or flat or you’re doing it for the first time, one of the first things on the list to get sorted is internet services. This requires a phone line as well and many companies often also provide television services so customers can get all the entertainment they need from one company, hassle free.
Sky news update: In the war for sports domination it appears that the first couple of battles have been won by Sky Sports rather than their rivals BT Sport. It’s a simple ratings war as BT Sport launch their new channels in order to offer the British public an alternative to BSkyB’s Sky Sports channels. The latter are infamous for high prices and elitist attitudes that leave customers out of pocket but feeling as though they have no other choice for their sports fix than Sky.
Sky news update: Free tickets are on offer for the new movie starring Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson due to be premiered later this month about P.L. Travers. Walt Disney’s attempts to get P.L. Travers’ novel Mary Poppins onto the big screen has now been turned into a movie of its own with the stars of Big and Nanny McPhee taking the starring roles: Tom Hanks as Walt Disney and Emma Thompson as P.L. Travers.
Sky news update: after three years of debates, Sky Movies have struck a deal with BT to offer the latter’s customers the chance to view more than 700 movies. As the rivalry between the two companies rages on with regards to their sports coverage, BT and Sky have finally reached a deal to offer BT customers access to more than 700 movies both on demand and live. There will be a monthly subscription charge that is yet to be confirmed but since it’s been three years since the talks began, all involved are just pleased to have reached a deal.
Sky news update: there has been a lot of excitement circulating Sky after their latest figures however some suggest they could do more harm than good. Sarah Simon who is a media analyst currently working for Berenberg bank suggests that despite their latest success, not everything in Sky’s garden is as picturesque as it seems. Simon predicts that the latest figures are actually a cause for concern and that the broadcasters numbers actually include a ‘SELL’ note and should therefore brace themselves for a fall in the price of their shares.
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