Sky News Update: Sky Broadband have released details regarding their scheme to block torrent websites and tackle this crime. With the rise in illegal downloads that came with the increased popularity and usability of the internet, providers have had to start kicking back. The responsibility on broadband providers to protect the integrity of the internet has grown in recent years and Sky are demonstrating their commitment to this cause with this move.
Sky are striving to broaden their customer appeal and one key way they’re doing this is through the expansion in the number of movies they offer. It is a known fact that Sky Movies are often a little behind their competitors when it comes to the screening of new movies so in order to keep their costs down but attract more customers they are offering a new type of on demand service. All credit to Sky in terms of the markets they have chosen – timeless ones. By opting to have a catalogue of Disney and now James Bond movies, Sky are ensuring that their product is not a novelty.
It has started to surface that Sky, the well known dominator of its service industry, has started to come under threat from other competitors. This speculation has only heightened since rivals such as BT have put huge injections into their own company, offering new and enticing deals to win over customers. This has put pressure on Sky to make sure they do all they can to remain top of their game, and not lose customers in the face of recent competitors actions.
It has just emerged that Yahoo has executed an agreement with Sky News to broadcast Sunrise, its most important morning news show, with presenters Charlotte Hawkins and Eamonn Holmes. In addition to broadcasting the Morning News Sunrise, they will also be broadcasting three new series to over 150 countries across its networks.
In a direct retaliation to BT’s offer, Sky have initiated a scheme wherein customers receive free unlimited broadband when they sign up to Sky Sports. The television package which offers coverage of all the major sporting events is usually charged at £42.50 per month. New and existing customers will be offered free unlimited broadband with only the charge of the £14.50 line rental needing paying. This offers customers the chance to save £60 over the year.
Sky News Update: Sky have enlisted the help of Glasgow based contractor Campbell and Kennedy to assist with the TV supply to Scotland and Ireland. Television broadcaster Sky have chosen Glasgow based TV installation contractor Campbell and Kennedy as their main supplier for the Scotland and Northern Ireland regions.
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