Sky news stories - Page 2
Vodafone NZ/Sky merger is good news for its competitors
This is good news for DTS and any other business focused ISP. Everything coming out of Vodafone and Sky seems to relate to the consumer market.
The Voda-Sky merger: What does it mean?
There is a lot of hype surrounding the recent announcement, but what does it all actually mean?
Shots continue in global mode fracas
Global Mode developer BNSL is calling for a declaratory judgement in the global mode fracas, but says it will defend any action.
Consumer: Global mode action 'protectionism' and 'huge blow for consumers'
Consumer NZ slams proposed action to block global mode, calling it a huge blow to consumers and protectionism of old content distribution models
CallPlus hits back at global mode action; subtly calls out Spark
CallPlus has hit back at legal action by broadcasters trying to stop global mode - and subtly called out Spark for its role in the legal fracas.
Global mode spat: We've got the legal paperwork
It’s the most talked about letter around. We take a peek at exactly what Sky, TVNZ, Lightbox and MediaWorks are claiming – and what they’re demanding.
One down... First ISP bows to geo-block pressure
Unlimited Internet has become the first New Zealand ISP to bow to pressure from broadcasters over ISPs providing access to geo-blocked content.
TV3 joins Banned of Brothers... Blocks Slingshot adverts
"This collusion is just the latest example of big business trying to quash competition."
Telecom takes on Sky with 5000 hours of Lightbox content...
Lightbox will provide up to 5000 hours of TV content for Kiwis, as Telecom takes the fight to internet-television industry rival Sky.
Sky TV set to launch subscription video on demand
"This new service will appeal to many Kiwis who want the flexibility to watch movies and TV series when they want on a variety of devices."
Say hello to Sky Go on iPhone and iPad…
SKY customers can now enjoy live sport, news, movies and more on their Apple iPhone or iPad with the new SKY GO App.
Commerce Commission issues Sky with telco warning
Commission issues warning regarding Sky’s contracts with telco retail service providers, claiming the deals likely harmed competition.
Online video market ‘large and evolving’: Sky
Submission to Commerce Commission predicts ‘imminent’ arrival of ‘major international players’.
Sky TV under Commerce Commission investigation
Investigation into joint venture with TVNZ throws up concerns about contracts with ISPs.
Digital switchover dates confirmed
Digital television broadcasting switch to happen region-by-region
Telecom to sell Sky alongside home lines
Telecom and SKY have announced a deal to enable the telco to sell television services alongside home line, mobile and broadband products.
SonicWall's Redman resigns
ANZ country manager Dean Redman to leave the internet security solutions provider next week.
Telcos pledge unmetered iSky access
Six New Zealand telecommunications companies have promised unmetered iSky access to their subscribers.
Is iSKY headed to Xbox 360, PS3? - Updated
At an iSKY conference held this afternoon, the broadcaster revealed its intentions to launch its platform on the popular home-gaming consoles.