Spin-off series from hit film franchises such as How to Train Your Dragon, Trolls and Madagascar will be seen on Sky following a new partnership between Sky and NBCUniversal Global.
The UK’s House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee is to speak to Netflix tomorrow as part of its inquiry into the future of public service broadcasting.
The premium offer from TV streaming provider Zattoo is now also available on the new Sky TV stick from Sky Switzerland.
Comcast’s streaming service Peacock, which launched nationwide earlier this month, has attracted 10M sign-ups to date.
Sky, which launched in 2017 in Spain in order to compete with HBO and Netflix, will cease its OTT service in the Spanish territory as of September 1.
Sky has partnered with TVSquared to help advertisers directly track linear, on demand and addressable TV campaigns to online visits and performance.
Sky Studios CEO Gary Davey has revealed an initial nervousness over allowing Netflix onto Sky Q.
Disney+ will be available in HDR for the first time as part of an upgrade to the Sky Q set-top.
Sky and Sony Pictures Television have agreed a new long-term partnership across the UK and Ireland, Germany, Italy, Austria and Switzerland.
Sky is to start production on two studio-based entertainment shows; There’s Something About Movies and A League of Their Own.