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Syfy, Universal and E! Join On Demand

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Syfy, Universal and E! have joined On Demand. Last time l looked one show in Syfy and Universal and about four in E!, early days, glad they've joined Sky's On Demand line up.

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Hi -Craig,

 

Got to admit I am loving the Sky On Demand service. I accidental forgot to record the second part of the new program  Revolutions and if it wasn't for the Catch Up section on the Sky On Demand Service, I would have had to wait a bit longer to see this, so my Monday night was not wasted.

 

So much more choice now, and no need to lose out, I am sure there will be more Syfy and Universal programs on show as the popularity of the Sky On Demand Service rises.

 

 

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-Craig wrote:

Syfy, Universal and E! have joined On Demand. Last time l looked one show in Syfy and Universal and about four in E!, early days, glad they've joined Sky's On Demand line up.


FOX appears to have been removed from On Demand, any news on why this disappeared?  Also some of the channels within the Library section are a bit light on content, especially the UKTV channels.  I'd like to see the channels have their content improved, then it really would be On Demand.

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Hi jackplane1960,

 

I know myself how annoying FOX being removed from the Sky On Demand Service is, I missed another one of my favourite programs Dexter and had to wait until it repeated again, I was not a happy bunny so to speak.

 

To be honest Sky can only show content depending on broadcasting and licensing rights so hopefully it wont be too long until more content and channels appear.

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