Sky has acquired a $500 million debt security in Pluto.TV, the web TV service, available though mobile apps and connected TVs.
Sky is investing $5 million in the US advertising technology firm Sharethrough, a leader in so-called ‘native advertising’.
The management board and supervisory board of German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland have recommended its shareholders not to accept the offer by UK sister company BSkyB to acquire their stakes.
Pay-TV broadcasters such as BSkyB and Virgin Media could find themselves having to pay retransmission fees to public service broadcasters.
BSkyB has priced the equivalent of £3.25 billion in Euro and US dollar denominated bonds.
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A revamp to the Sky Electronic Program Guide has brought in a new recommendations feature and the launch of a Smart Series link.
BSkyB has made a $400,000 equity investment in Jaunt, a Californian technology company that specialises in cinematic virtual reality.
BSkyB has seen a major increase in the number of customers taking its on demand and internet connected services.