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December 5, 2008

Sky player targets non Sky subscribers


by David Allen

Now anyone can get a piece of Sky TV with not even the slightest hint of a satellite dish.

This is because the broadcaster has made their catch up service open for everyone to use on their computer through a broadband connection.

The service will require a subscription, which is going to be around £15 per month, but as more services become available this will rise to anything up to £34 per month.

Channels available will include Sky One, Sky Movies, The Disney Channel, British Eurosport, National Geographic Channel, Sky News and Sky Sports News.

Having seen the success that the BBC have had with their iPlayer it was only a matter of time before Sky stepped in with their version and opened it up to everyone with a computer, as for some people this is their preferred method of viewing TV.

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