1. BSkyB is no more as Sky completes European takeovers

    BSkyB is no more as Sky completes European takeovers

    It's a name that has been with us for nearly 25 years, but the BSkyB moniker is no more after it was confirmed that Sky had completed the takeover of its Italian and German counterparts.

    Thu, 13 Nov 2014, 04:33pm
  2. Freesat teams up with Italian and French counterparts in FreeTV Alliance

    Freesat teams up with Italian and French counterparts in FreeTV Alliance

    Freesat is one of three European free-to-air satellite TV operators that have come together in a brand new alliance designed to "promote the harmonisation of satellite TV services and technology" across the continent.

    Mon, 15 Sep 2014, 02:59pm
  3. Sky EPG update brings tailored 'Suggestions', Smart Series Link, HDMI One Touch and more

    Sky EPG update brings tailored 'Suggestions', Smart Series Link, HDMI One Touch and more

    An update to Sky's Electronic Programme Guide (EPG) begins rolling out today, bringing tailored programme 'Suggestions' based on what you download and record, alongside other new features including Smart Series Link and HDMI One Touch.

    Thu, 21 Aug 2014, 09:05am
  4. BSkyB agrees deal to acquire Sky Italia and Sky Deutschland

    BSkyB agrees deal to acquire Sky Italia and Sky Deutschland

    BSkyB has agreed to acquire 21st Century Fox's 100 per cent stake in Sky Italia and 57.4 per cent stake in Sky Deutschland – a deal that could be worth up to around £7bn when completed and which will lead to the creation of a pan-European broadcasting firm.

    Fri, 25 Jul 2014, 11:03am
  5. YouView plans expansion after securing shareholder agreement

    YouView plans expansion after securing shareholder agreement

    YouView has stated its ambition to "develop more consumer facing functionality" under new plans for expansion, which have been revealed after shareholders signed an agreement to secure the future of the service for a further five years.

    Wed, 23 Jul 2014, 03:52pm
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  7. Sky to usher in new football season with Sports News rebrand

    Sky to usher in new football season with Sports News rebrand

    Just when you thought the end of the World Cup meant a respite from football, a new domestic season is already fast approaching and, in preparation, Sky has confirmed it's to rebrand Sky Sports News.

    Wed, 23 Jul 2014, 12:44pm
  8. Sky launches Sky Service app and reveals Ryder Cup plans

    Sky launches Sky Service app and reveals Ryder Cup plans

    If you're a Sky customer and don't always have access to a computer to manage your account, a new app has been launched to let you check your bill, manage engineer visits and more, all via your smartphone.

    Mon, 21 Jul 2014, 10:45am
  9. Freesat's mobile app now available on Android devices

    Freesat's mobile app now available on Android devices

    Freesat has launched an Android version of its smartphone and tablet app, which can now be downloaded from the Google Play store and comes seven months after the iOS version made its debut in the UK.

    Thu, 17 Jul 2014, 03:18pm
  10. Sky planning set-top box overhaul to support Ultra HD 4K TV

    Sky planning set-top box overhaul to support Ultra HD 4K TV

    Project Ethan to help British pay-TV giant fend off competition from internet-based streaming providers such as Amazon, Apple and Google

    Mon, 28 Apr 2014, 04:14pm
  11. Sky to introduce new 'Buy & Keep' movie purchase service

    Sky to introduce new 'Buy & Keep' movie purchase service

    New service will let Sky TV customers download films to their Sky+ HD set-top box, while also receiving a physical DVD copy – but there's no Blu-ray option

    Wed, 02 Apr 2014, 09:29am

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