"BSkyB" tag

Sky to continue 3D broadcasts

Sky will remain committed to 3D broadcasts, despite the BBC’s decision to abandon the technology.


Sky Now TV comes to PS3

BSkyB has finally launched its Now TV app for the PlayStation 3, nearly one year after the Xbox 360.


BSkyB facing Ofcom investigation over BT deal

BSkyB is to face an Ofcom investigation over claims that it withheld its Sky Sports channels from BT’s YouView service while offering them to rivals.


Top Up TV drops sports channels

Pay TV operator Top Up TV is to drop its broadcasts to Sky Sports channels and ESPN after failing to secure the rights to transmit BT Sports for Freeview customers.


Hackers claim Sky TV apps hacked.

BSkyB has advised that the official Sky Android apps have been hacked – or have they?


Sky AdSmart details revealed

Sky has revealed more about how its AdSmart targeted advertising system will work.


BSkyB to target advertising with AdSmart

Sky customers will soon receive advertising targeted for them using a new profiling system called AdSmart.


Now TV opens Sky Sports access

Now TV has finally added Sky Sports to its roster of pay-per-view options, at a flat rate £9.99 per day.

Now TV Lifestyle Shoot

BSkyB begins Now TV sports trials

BSkyB has begun to invite selected viewers to take part in trials of Sky Sports via its Now TV service.


Queen’s Christmas Message to be in 3D

The Queen has recorded her message to the nation in 3D this year with the help of Sky.

Now TV Lifestyle Shoot

Roku working on Sky Now TV box

BSkyB is working with mini-set top box kings Roku on a new device aimed at connecting viewers to Sky’s Now TV service.


BSkyB bags Universal movie rights

BSkyB has struck a deal with Universal that will give it exclusive first-play rights to the studio’s movies for the next four years.

Now TV Lifestyle Shoot

BSkyB removes pay-per-view from Now TV

BSkyB’s new online streaming service Now TV has temporarily lost its pay-per-view options.


BSkyB begins 4K trials

BSkyB has begun testing so-called ’4K’ resolution broadcasts, running at roughly 4 times the resolution of the current HD standard.


Sky wins Harry Potter exclusive

Sky has secured the rights to all eight Harry Potter films for the Christmas period, ensuring a magical Christmas for anyone with a Sky Movies subscription (but nobody else).

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