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  1. Sky One - Wikipedia

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    Sky One is a British pay television channel operated and owned by Sky, a division of Comcast, available in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Sky One launched across Europe on 26 April 1982 by founder Connor Baskey as Satellite Television and is the oldest non-terrestrial TV channel in the

    • History

      Sky One started on 26 April 1982 as Satellite Television...

    • Sky 2 and Sky Replay

      The success of the channel led to the launch on 1 September...

    • Sky One HD

      To coincide with the launch of Sky HD, Sky One HD began...

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  3. List of programmes broadcast by Sky One - Wikipedia

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    Sky One has commissioned many homegrown programmes since it first started broadcasting back in 1984 but it was not until 1989 that content went beyond music and children's programming. During the early years, new game shows included a few series of Blockbusters and Spellbound, along with The Price Is Right and Sale of the Century.

  4. Sky1 is a television channel in the United Kingdom. It is the oldest satellite television channel in the world.

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  5. List of programmes broadcast by Sky1 - Simple English ...

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    You can help Wikipedia by finding good sources, and adding them. (August 2012) This is a list of television programmes broadcast by Sky1 in the United Kingdom and Ireland. List of programmes currently aired

  6. Sky One (German TV channel) - Wikipedia

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    Sky One is an entertainment channel operated and owned by Sky Deutschland. The TV channel launched in Germany and Austria on 3 November 2016.

    A sister channel to UK-based Sky One, the channel broadcasts originally produced shows and series and international series. It is available via cable, satellite and IPTV in HD to all Sky Deutschland subscribers as part of the Sky Starter basic package. The timeshift service Sky1+1 started on 22 September 2017 and replaced the timeshift channel Sky Atlantic+1. In November 2018 Sky 1 +1 HD was closed.

    Most of the channel's programming is available on Sky On Demand, Sky Go and the Sky Ticket OTT service.

  7. Sky UK - Wikipedia

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    Eventually, on 4 November 2008 it was announced that an agreement had been struck for Sky's basic channels – including Sky One, Sky Two, Sky Three, Sky News, Sky Sports News, Sky Arts 1, Sky Arts 2, Sky Real Lives and Sky Real Lives 2 to return to Virgin Media from 13 November 2008 until 12 June 2011.

  8. Sky (Sky album) - Wikipedia

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    Sky is the debut album by the supergroup Sky, released in 1979. In 2014 Esoteric Recordings started a schedule of remasters and expanded releases with this recording.

  9. Sky One – Wikipédia

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    A Sky 1 nézettsége 2009-ben csökkent az Egyesült Királyságban, így 9,5%-ról mindössze 1,1%-ra változott. Tekintettel hogy számos tematikus csatorna jelent meg az Egyesült Királyságban. A csatorna 2008. augusztus 31-én Sky One-ról Sky 1-re változtatta logóját, mely illeszkedett a Sky 2 és Sky 3 logójához is.

  10. Sky One | Logopedia | Fandom

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    1982–1984

    Sky One had its origins as Satellite Television, a Pan-European television channel originating in London. It was launched in April 1982 and was initially only available to 70,000 homes in Norway and Finland. It was later launched in the United Kingdom in June 1983.

    1984–February 1989

    In 1983, Rupert Murdoch bought the company over and decided to rename the channel to Sky Channel on 31 January 1984.The slogan was originally "Reaching out to you", until circa October 1987, where the slogan was changed to "Europe's number 1".

    February–May 1989

    In February 1989, Rupert Murdoch launched a big push for Direct Broadcast Satellite which involved launching four channels on Astra satellite, which could be easily received with domestic satellites dishes. Sky Channel was one of those channels, the others were Sky News, Sky Movies and Eurosport. This logo was short-lived.

    May–July 1989

    A new logo was launched in May, but this did not last long as the channel was renamed Sky One on 30 July, where the channel began only broadcasting to the UK.

    July 1989–1990

    On 30 July, Sky Channel was renamed Sky Onea few months after the launch on Astra. From this point onward, the channel began to only broadcast in the United Kingdom.

    1990–1993

    In 1990, the script "One" was retired in favour of the sans-serif "One". However in November, Sky TV merged with BSB to form British Sky Broadcasting. Following this, all of Sky's network idents were surrounded by a black border/background, and under the idents came the name British Sky Broadcasting. 1. The TV Room

    1993–1995

    All Sky channels were rebranded on 1 September 1993 after the launch of Sky Multichannels. The US firm Novocomwas behind the new graphics. From this era onward, the channel began airing for 24 hours.

    1996–1997

    With the launch of Sky 2 on 1 September 1996, Sky One briefly rebranded itself as Sky 1. After Sky 2 was closed on 31 August 1997, Sky 1 used the tombstone look for two more months until its final appearance on 31st October that year. 1. The TV Room

    2008–2011

    Sky One, in domestic partnership with Sky Two and Sky Three, renamed themselves Sky1, Sky2 and Sky3 respectively on 31 August 2008 and a new logo was launched as well. Sky1 used blue solids for their idents.

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