Sky Player Coming To Fetch TV In 2010

Posted: Oct 15 2009, 5:43am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:51pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

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Sky has announced that starting next year its Sky Player will be coming to Fetch TV. The move will bring video on demand to the Fetch TV platform. Customers using the new dual tuner Freeview+ set top box will get access to the new content.

In early 2010, the Sky Player will hit the platform complementing BBCs iPlayer that is already on the Fetch TV service. IP Vision is also said to be working on a new electronic programming guide.

"Sky is committed to offering customers more ways to access our content and our agreement with IP Vision represents an important step in that process. Offering Sky Player through the Fetch TV box gives UK consumers yet another way to experience Sky content, complementing the services already available on satellite, PC, games consoles and mobile," said Sky director of on-demand Griff Parry.

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