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IT’S ALL ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE - SKY CONTINUES TO IMPROVE THE VIEW FOR CUSTOMERS WITH HD

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IT’S ALL ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE - SKY CONTINUES TO IMPROVE THE VIEW FOR CUSTOMERS WITH HD

In the early hours of March 4, MTV Music and National Geographic switched to HD.  This means an improved viewing experience for Sky customers. The switch means hundreds of thousands of viewers will now be able to have a crystal clear view of every cheetah loping across the Serengeti, let alone Paris Goebel’s sharp choreography for some of the world’s most high profile artists. 

The switch is just part of Sky’s ongoing commitment to improve the way we deliver sports and entertainment to Kiwis.  To date, 50 channels have been upgraded to HD - and there are more plans in the pipeline.

HD is easy to access, but you do need to take a couple of steps.  Obviously, you need a HD-capable TV.  And then you access HD with an HDMI cord from your Sky box to your TV.  If you need a hand feel free to call the Sky team for help.

SKY currently has 50 channels that offer content in HD, including Soho, Soho2, SKY Box Sets, 9 channels of dedicated SKY Sport, SKY Sport Pop Up 1-4 (when they’re on), ESPN, ESPN 2, SKY Movies Premiere, SKY Movies Extra, SKY Movies Action, SKY Movies Greats, SKY Movies Classics, SKY Movies Family, Prime, Vibe, MTV, Comedy Central, Discovery, BBC Earth, Maori Television, TVNZ, Duke and TV 3, Te Reo, Trackside 1 and Trackside 2.