SKY is enabling millions more to test its biggest-selling products, like Sky Q, before signing up to a lengthy contract as it opened the doors of another new experience store in London. More people can now try Sky's television and broadband services before they sign on the dotted line.
NEW BROADBAND firm Quickline has announced plans to build its super-speedy internet connections to millions of homes. If your local area isn't well served by well-established broadband suppliers like BT, Sky, or Virgin Media, there's some good news. Internet firm Quickline has confirmed plans to splash £500 million on deploying new full-fibre broadband infrastructure across rural Northern England and beyond.
Discounts are available now on Sky TV package deals The Premier League have officially unveiled the fixtures lists for the 2021/22 season. While there remains plenty of action for football fans to sink their teeth into throughout the summer, the announcement was still met with the usual mix of excitement and apprehension.
A good time after one of the most difficult Lynx losses in recent memory, coach Cheryl Reeve was asked about her defense. "What defense?'' she responded. "I didn't see us play any defense.'' There were a lot of things the Lynx didn't do in Tuesday's 105-89 loss to the Chicago Sky at Target Center.
Ange Postecoglou's first game will be at Tynecastle but the unusual kick-off time raised eyebrows among supporters. The season will kick off in just over six weeks under a brand new ‘cinch’ banner. And according to Neil Doncaster, the box-office drama lying in store in the coming months made attracting the record title sponsor deal a piece of cake.
Michelle Keegan confirmed when series three of Brassic will be aired on Sky One, as filming for the fourth series begins in August Michelle Keegan has revealed the third series of Sky comedy Brassic will be released in October, while filming for series four begins in August. The 34-year-old was answering questions on her Instagram, one fan asked: "When does Brassic s3 come out?"
GB NEWS' Colin Brazier appeared to declare war on "woke" students, asking if it was "time to defund Oxford?" before sharing his thoughts on some "inspirational replacement" for the Queen's portrait that was recently at the centre of controversy. The much-anticipated channel launched on Sunday and hit the ground running, being watched by more people than both BBC News and Sky News despite several technical glitches.
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GB News launched on Sunday evening to impressive viewing records. The proudly “anti-woke” channel performed very well on its first evening, despite numerous technical glitches, beating BBC News and Sky News by a significant margin. But what were the exact viewing figures for GB News – and how did they compare with other channels?
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These are the ways to watch the Royal Ascot festival which welcomes crowds of 12,000 Tuesday to Saturday. ITV and Sky Sports are behind this year's coverage Royal Ascot is the biggest racing festival to be held this summer. Last year it was behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic, but now 12,000 lucky fans can attend each day.
The launch of GB News was watched by more people than both the BBC News channel and Sky News despite several technical glitches on opening night, according to data released on Monday. The television news channel, which claims to “lend an ear to some of Britain’s marginalised and overlooked voices”, launched at 8pm on Sunday with a mission statement delivered to camera by its chairman, Andrew Neil.
Ten sky marriages worth $17,500 include height-related jab at podcast host A Los Angeles marriage proposal written in the sky went viral after it finished off by mocking Joe Rogan for his height. “Joe Rogan is literally 5 foot 3,” the message said, with the word “literally” missing the letter r.
GB NEWS' launch show smashed its ratings despite suffering "technical difficulties" with the sound - beating both the BBC and Sky with its viewing figures. GB News launched on Sunday night with former BBC host Andrew Neil opening the show with a passionate speech about what the broadcaster aims to do.
Newly launched channel wins bigger audience share than BBC or Sky The highly anticipated GB News finally launched last night with a five-minute monologue by the right-leaning channel’s chair Andrew Neil. Offering a mixture of news updates, opinion and debate, GB News is the biggest of its kind launched in the UK since Sky News began broadcasting in 1989.
GB NEWS has just launched on various UK networks and fans are keen to know how they can access even more content. Does GB News have an app? GB News has just launched on Sky, Virgin Media and a whole host of other networks, including YouTube.
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A man forked out a whopping $17,500 (£12,000) to propose to his girlfriend with a message in the sky - and then also bizarrely included a message about Joe Rogan's height. Who says romance is dead, eh? The bloke's identity hasn't been revealed but residents in Los Angeles shared snaps of the sky writing on social media, with one message reading: "Will you marry me Mollie Pratt?"
The side is littered with batsmen with poor techniques - Sibley and Burns would've been thrown out of the Yorkshire nets when I was a lad The England & Wales Cricket Board is spending a lot of money on other elements of the game but unless the men’s national team is strong everything else around it will collapse.
BRITONS tuned in to watch the GB News launch on Sunday with many commenting on how "refreshing" the new channel is. The network has been created to rival British news and current affairs channels, including the BBC and Sky. Fans of the channel took to Twitter to hail GB News and warn the BBC of its competition.