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BSkyB 'pauses' pay-per-view on Now TV until 2013

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BSkyB launched its revolutionary pay-per-view (PPV) Now TV service earlier this summer, initially for Windows PCs, Macs and Android, though it eventually landed on Xbox and other devices. However, in an email sent to members on Friday, the satellite broadcaster announced it was temporarily stopping the PPV feature to make...
BSkyB 'pauses' pay-per-view on Now TV until 2013

Sky reels in BBC iPlayer and ITV Player as it extends its VOD service to 5 million homes

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Sky has announced that its video-on-demand (VOD) service Sky Anytime+ will soon include both BBC iPlayer and ITV Player, in a landmark move that will bring a plethora of new content to millions of livingrooms across the UK. Sky Anytime+ is currently in 1.2m homes around the country, and it...
Sky reels in BBC iPlayer and ITV Player as it extends its VOD service to 5 million homes

BskyB officially rolls out its on-demand Anytime+ service to all broadband users

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We reported back in January that BSkyB (Sky) was reeling in BBC iPlayer and ITV Player to Sky Anytime+, its video-on-demand (VoD) service. At the same time, however, it also announced that this VoD offering would also be extended beyond those without Sky Broadband, opening it up to 5m more...
BskyB officially rolls out its on-demand Anytime+ service to all broadband users

Sky to expand its reach in the UK with new Web TV service

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Satellite broadcaster Sky has revealed plans to introduce a new Internet TV service that will make its content available to non-Sky users through the Web on a series of flexible pricing options. The new service, which will launch in the first half of this year, will boast a sizeable range...
Sky to expand its reach in the UK with new Web TV service

Sky's new subscription service lets UK users download video for offline viewing

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Digital satellite TV service Sky has launched Sky Go Extra, a service that lets Sky customers in the U.K. and Ireland download movies and TV shows over WiFI for offline viewing on mobile devices and laptops. Sky Go Extra is £5 (USD $7.93) per month for existing Sky customers and builds...
Sky's new subscription service lets UK users download video for offline viewing

Netflix and LoveFilm drawn into probe over anti-competitive movie deals in the UK

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An investigation by the UK’s Competition Commission, which originally accused BSkyB of holding too much power over the transmission of paid movies, has been widened to include video-on-demand services Netflix and LoveFilm. The authority will now assess whether the rise of video streaming now provides more choice for consumers. The...
Netflix and LoveFilm drawn into probe over anti-competitive movie deals in the UK

Sky Go gets Jelly Bean support as it lands on 14 additional Android handsets

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BSkyB’s online TV service, Sky Go, finally arrived on Android back in February, half-a-year after it launched. And now it has rolled out a major update which will see it made available for 14 more devices with support for Jelly Bean. The UK satellite TV broadcaster launched Sky Go back...
Sky Go gets Jelly Bean support as it lands on 14 additional Android handsets

Sky will launch an internet based TV service in the UK in the first half of 2012

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UK pay TV service Sky has just announced its quarterly results, and despite adding 100,000 subscribers as well as notching its "highest ever first-half adjusted operating profit" it will launch a new internet TV service, available to anyone in the country with a broadband connection. Sky describes the new...
Sky will launch an internet based TV service in the UK in the first half of 2012

Sky will launch an internet based TV service in the UK in the first half of 2012

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UK pay TV service Sky has just announced its quarterly results, and despite adding 100,000 subscribers as well as notching its "highest ever first-half adjusted operating profit" it will launch a new internet TV service, available to anyone in the country with a broadband connection. Sky describes the new...
Sky will launch an internet based TV service in the UK in the first half of 2012

Lord Sugar says YouView could have same impact as Murdoch's BSkyB

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TV service chairman hails 'great moment' when £299 set-top box hits shelves just ahead of London 2012 OlympicsYouView chairman Lord Alan Sugar has revealed the delayed internet-enhanced TV service will finally go on sale in shops later this month, and claimed it could have the same impact on British broadcasting...
Lord Sugar says YouView could have same impact as Murdoch's BSkyB

Sky Go lets F1 fans watch races on the hop

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Sky is adding new channels including Sky Sports F1 to its mobile TV service, Sky Go. It will also be available to Android users for the first time.The mobile TV service, which launched in July last year, is free to Sky subscribers over a 3G or Wi-Fi connection.Previously only available...
Sky Go lets F1 fans watch races on the hop

Sky launches new online TV service

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Hot on the heels of a new deal to stream BBC iPlayer and ITV Player through its on-demand service, Sky has launched a new online service that makes its content available to non-Sky customers. Launching in the first half of 2012, the service will include a range of content, including Sky...
Sky launches new online TV service

Sky announces NowTV net service

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Sky reveals more details of its new pay-as-you-go internet TV service, NowTV....
Sky announces NowTV net service

Lovefilm heads off Netflix again with Universal deal

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Again confirming its intention to spend aggressively on top-shelf streaming video content and head off Netflix’s European expansion goals, Amazon’s Euro streaming subsidiary Lovefilm today announced an exclusive multi-year licensing deal for Universal Pictures films. The agreement with NBCUniversal International TV Distribution will stream films including Battleship, The Lorax, The...
Lovefilm heads off Netflix again with Universal deal

Sky will launch an internet based TV service in the UK in the first half of 2012

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UK pay TV service Sky has just announced its quarterly results, and despite adding 100,000 subscribers as well as notching its "highest ever first-half adjusted operating profit" it will launch a new internet TV service, available to anyone in the country with a broadband connection. Sky describes the new...
Sky will launch an internet based TV service in the UK in the first half of 2012

Sky Anytime+ to pipe BBC iPlayer

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ITV also coming to catchup service Sky punters will be able to view BBC and ITV programmes in Sky's video-on-demand catchup service, Sky Anytime+, in a pact announced today.…...
Sky Anytime+ to pipe BBC iPlayer

Sky Go arrives on a limited range of Android devices, and with no ICS support

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BSkyB’s online TV service, Sky Go, has finally arrived on Android, three weeks after we first reported that it would be made available some time this month. The UK satellite TV broadcaster launched Sky Go back in July 2011, after merging its existing Sky Player and Sky Mobile TV services,...
Sky Go arrives on a limited range of Android devices, and with no ICS support

BSkyB told to withdraw misleading 'rent movies instantly' advert

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Advertising watchdog upholds rival BT's complaint about Sky Store claim saying company must not exaggerate speedThe advertising watchdog has told BSkyB to stop exaggerating the speed of its film download service, after rival BT complained its claim that it was "instant" was misleading.BSkyB ran a press ad promoting its new...
BSkyB told to withdraw misleading 'rent movies instantly' advert
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