A new daily political programme that looks at the implications of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union is one of a number of changes to the Sky News schedule.
Sky News captures virtual reality report
Sky News has filmed its first virtual reality news report, adding a new dimension of its coverage of the migrants crisis.
Sky News extends US distribution through Xbox 360
Following launches of Sky News on Apple TV, Roku and Livestation, Sky has announced the forthcoming availability of its 24/7 broadcast news on Xbox 360.
Sky News launches own catch up TV service
Sky News has launched its own catch-up TV service. It forms part of Sky’s On Demand offering that is now available to 5 million Sky customers with a connected Sky+HD […]
Sky News enters Yahoo video partnership
Sky News has signed a new partnership with Yahoo! that will make video content from the news channel available to 6.5 million users in the UK and millions more worldwide.
3 Sky channels launch on Freesat
Sky News, Pick TV and Challenge TV are launching onto free-to-air platform Freesat.
Enex expands to Latin America
Enex, a provider of TV news in Europe, is expanding its activities to Latin America.
DMOL denies Freeview numbering appeals
Sky News and an unnamed adult channel have lost their appeals against plans to move their EPG positions, known as Logical Channel Numbers (LCNs).
Ofcom to investigate Sky News hacking
Ofcom has launched an investigation into the hacking of an email account by a Sky News reporter investigating the insurance fraudster John Darwin, known as the Canoe Man, and his […]
Sky News hits back at Guardian hacking claims
Sky News has given a robust defence after The Guardian published a story detailing email hacking by the broadcaster in the 2008 case of insurance fraudster John Darwin.