Archive | News

Sky Atlantic’s True Detective Misses Out On Emmy Glory

The Sky Atlantic and HBO production that received enormous praise from critics and audiences earlier this year, True Detective, missed out on glory at the Emmy awards last night. The TV show’s first season was one of the favourites to take home many of the prestigious TV awards ceremony’s top prizes. It was shortlisted for […]

Continue Reading 0

Sky Introduces Plans To Boost Ethnic Representation In Shows

Sky is concerned about not providing a fair representation of ethnic minorities in its programming. The television provider is currently setting out a series of measures in an effort to boost the numbers of black, Asian and other ethnic minorities on several of its networks. These include Sky 1, Sky Arts, Sky Living and its […]

Continue Reading 0

The Price Of Sky TV Could Increase By 10%

Sky has announced that the price of its Sky TV packages will increase at the beginning of September 2014. The price hikes will affect customers who are about to sign up for Sky television as well as those who have not had their subscription for 12 months before September 1st 2014. The prices are expected […]

Continue Reading 0

Virgin CEO Mocks Sky’s Broadband Service

Virgin Media’s Chief Executive has mocked the company’s closest rival. Tom Mockridge has hit out at Sky by describing their broadband service as “lousy” in comparison to Virgin’s. Mr. Mockridge made these comments whilst speaking to journalists from The Mirror. He criticised Sky’s latest broadband offer which sees their customers receive two years of free […]

Continue Reading 0

Sky Atlantic To Broadcast The Unknown Known

Sky Atlantic have scheduled the new Errol Morris documentary The Unknown Known to show on the channel this week. It will broadcast on Tuesday night at 9pm. The film is the latest in a series of documentaries created by the American filmmaker in which he interviews a famous political figure. The most famous documentary he […]

Continue Reading 0

Sky Atlantic Grabs Two New American Shows

Sky Atlantic has always branded itself as the UK’s home for American drama. It has acquired a slate of shows from US networks like HBO (who produce Boardwalk Empire and Game Of Thrones) and AMC (who brought to life Mad Men). That promise will continue with two new shows that will air later in 2014. […]

Continue Reading 0

Sky Atlantic Orders Second Season Of Penny Dreadful

After finding success with audiences and critics alike, the TV channel Sky Atlantic has agreed to commission a second season of the horror drama Penny Dreadful. While the first season of the show only ran for eight episodes, Sky have asked for the second to run at ten episodes. This is the same length as […]

Continue Reading 0

Sky TV Customers Can Get 12 Months Free Broadband

Sky’s TV customers will have the chance to save money on their broadband services with a new special officer. Consumers who wish to subscribe to Sky for internet, calls and a TV subscription package are entitled to 12 months of free unlimited broadband. This is a saving of £7.50 per month for the first year […]

Continue Reading 0

Sky Sports Apologises For Offensive Joke On TV

The Sky Sports presenter Ben Shepard was forced to apologise after a high profile guest made an offensive joke during the TV show Goals On Sunday. The show featured an interview with the former England manager Terry Venables ahead of the FA Cup Final. He was talking to Shepard and co host Chris Kamara about […]

Continue Reading 0

Sky Agrees To Clafity Cancellation Procedure

After a series of critical articles published by The Telegraph newspaper, Sky has confirmed it has amended the wording on its website in order to make their cancellation policy more clear. It follows an enormous amount of people complaining about poor treatment by customer service staff when they try and terminate their services with the […]

Continue Reading 0