Channel 4 is giving your Sky Q box a significant boost, and it’s all up to them.
Channel 4 has expanded its agreement with SKY Q, giving SKY Q subscribers access to a slew of new material.
Sky Q users will be pleased to learn that the satellite TV provider has renewed its agreement with Channel 4, which will result in more content being delivered to their homes. The new multi-year deal expands on an existing collaboration that lets Sky members to watch a wide range of on-demand programs through the All 4 streaming service.
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The TV companies claim that this new update will allow Sky users to get even more Channel 4 material directly from their remote control. And that’s not all: when Sky Q users turn on their set-top box, they can expect better All 4 integration. Sky has even hinted at more All 4 goods in the future, saying, “Sky customers will witness broader and deeper integration of All 4 into all of Sky’s present and future television offerings.”
More than 1000 hours of All 4 Exclusives will be available on Channel 4’s expanded schedule. This is in addition to Channel 4’s current catch-up and boxset offerings for Sky subscribers.
When it comes to the update, “We know how much Sky customers appreciate Channel 4’s content, so it’s excellent that we’ve secured an extension, and growth, to our existing agreement,” said Stephen van Rooyen, Executive VP and Chief Executive, UK & Europe at Sky.
“The addition of Channel 4 content to Sky’s existing partnerships, as well as the fantastic slate of Sky Originals scheduled for this year, makes it even easier for Sky consumers to get everything they want in one place.”
“I’m happy to have agreed this deal, which extends a longstanding and highly successful cooperation between Channel 4 and Sky,” said Alex Mahon, Chief Executive of Channel 4.
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