Sky Digital

The Sky Digital brand is used in more than one country:

  • Sky (UK and Ireland) - Digital television service for the United Kingdom operated by BSkyB and for the Republic of Ireland operated by Sky Ireland.
  • SKY Network Television in New Zealand.

Other articles related to "sky digital, sky, digital":

Rockworld TV
... It broadcasted on Sky Digital ch ... On 18 November 2009, Rockworld TV was removed from Sky Digital channel 378 ... On 18 December 2009, Rockworld TV returned to the Sky EPG ...
RTÉ Television - Availability Outside The State
2005 in Northern Ireland), the channels have also been available via satellite on Sky Digital, although these are encrypted and anyone wishing to view the channels needs to obtain a Republic of Ireland ... Great Britain Unlike its radio stations, RTÉ's television channels are not available to Sky subscribers in Great Britain ... In the meantime, a thriving grey market in Irish-registered Sky Digital receivers means that Irish people in Britain and much of Europe are able to watch RTÉ and the other ...
Cue TV - History
... TV and the station went nationwide when it launched on the SKY Digital network on Channel 90 ... rebranded as CUE 110, the name change coincided with SKY TV relocating most of their channels on the SKY Digital network ... making it available on VHF, as well as both of the main digital platforms in New Zealand ...
Sky Sports 1 - History - Sky Digital (1998-present)
... October 1998 saw BSkyB launch Sky Digital from a new satellite, Astra 2A at 28.2° east ... The move to Sky Digital saw the launch of two new sports channels in quick succession ... First Sky Sports News, a 24-hour rolling sports news channel launched ...

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