During the 2011 election, many undecided minds were made when the then leaders David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Gordon Brown all took to a podium in order to explain their policies and debate each other on their viability as leader of the country. The debates were historic, as no such format had ever been adopted in the United Kingdom, though it has been commonplace in the US for a number of decades...
Sky have named another ambitious programming effort for 2015, this time coming in the form of Jake Chapman's 'Mills and Doom: The Marriage of Reason and Squalor', due to air on Sky Arts during the summer.
Following on from the massive success of Sky Art's reality programme 'Portrait Artist of the Year', Sky have announced that they've developed a new programme for 2015 - Landscape Artist of the Year.
The results from the Premier League rights auction are due in soon and will shape Sky Sports for years to come.
Well, the results are in and Sky have once again set records with a deal which will see more Premier League games than ever before be shown on Sky Sports, keeping football fans with the company and continuing Sky's ambition to be the place to view Sky Sports. That deal cost Sky £4.176 billion, but what exactly will their record breaking fund get them, and how will it affect your friday nights over the next three years? Read on to find out.
Sky just can't get enough drama at the moment. From the currently airing and critically adored Fortitude to upcoming drama hits like Critical and Mills and Doom, Sky are lining up more and more quality drama in order to take on the likes of BT, Netflix and Virgin Media. Part of that push for top drawer programming is about recommissioning some of their best loved TV programmes, and that means the return of the fantastic The Tunnel for The Tunnel 2: Debris.
Sky are to purchase the remaining shares of Sky Deutschland and take it off the stock market, in a bid to make greater savings across the group.
Hot on the heels of the news that Sky had paid almost £5 billion on the rights to secure Premier League football coverage into 2019, the company have moved to ease fears of a further gulf between the nations first and second leagues by extending their current TV rights deal with the Football league and securing their broadcasting agreement until the 2018/2019 season. Unlike the Premier League rights auction, however, this was not sold in a blind auction, but was instead negotiated with the league directly as part of an option in Sky's pre-existing contract.
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