Sky has recorded its best first quarter customer additions in six years.
Sky Sports has announced a ground-breaking, three-year deal with the FA to become the primary broadcaster of the Barclays Women’s Super League (BFAWSL) from September this year.
Pay-TV operator Sky is now offering its subscribers in Austria the catch-up service of the Austrian public broadcaster ORF as an app on its TV platform.
Sky is to release over 125 new Sky Originals over the next 12 months, as the pay-TV platform looks to maintain its position against streaming services Netflix and Amazon Prime.
Sky has announced its ambition to ensure 20% of employees in the UK & Ireland will be from Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background by 2025. At least a quarter of these will be Black.
Sky has secured pay-TV rights to titles from STUDIOCANAL, Canal+ Group’s film production and distribution company.
Sky Original, Roald & Beatrix: The Tail of The Curious Mouse, has become Sky’s highest rating Christmas show ever.
Jeremy Darroch is stepping down as chief executive of Sky. The 58 year-old has been at the helm of the broadcaster since 2007 and will be succeeded by Dana Strong, who’s currently president of consumer services at Comcast Cable.
Sky Ireland customers are losing access to a number of TV channels and radio stations due to Brexit.
Long-standing Sky executive Gary Davey is to step down from his role as chief executive of production arm Sky Studios by next summer.