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This article was published on October 31, 2013


    BSkyB brings UKTV’s programming, including Gold and Good Food, to catch-up, mobile and Web

    BSkyB brings UKTV’s programming, including Gold and Good Food, to catch-up, mobile and Web Image by: BEN STANSALL
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    UK satellite broadcaster BSkyB has announced that UKTV’s pay TV channels will be extended across Sky On Demand, Sky Go and NOW TV.

    UKTV is is a multi-channel TV and video on demand (VOD) network in the UK, the result of a joint venture between BBC Worldwide and Scripps Networks Interactive. UKTV has provided its programming to Sky for a while already, but a new multi-year deal will see its shows appear across BSkyB’s rull range of platforms.

    This means the likes of Gold, Watch, Alibi, Dave HD, Good Food, Eden and Home will now be available through Sky’s mobile, online and on-demand services too.

    Press Release | Sky extends UKTV services across Sky On Demand, Sky Go and NOW TV

    Feature Image Credit – BEN STANSALL/AFP/GettyImages