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    Sky creates new YouTube channel

    January 27, 2014 09.05 Europe/London By Julian Clover


    Sky is to launch a dedicated YouTube channel that will allow viewers to watch entire episodes of its first run content.

    Sky First Episodes launches on Saturday February 1 and will include full episodes of shows including International Emmy award-winning Moone Boy (Sky 1), starring Chris O’Dowd. Other Sky shows available on the channel at launch include The Tunnel (Sky Atlantic), Moonfleet (Sky 1) and A Young Doctor’s Notebook (Sky Arts). More shows will be added regularly over the coming months.

    Naomi Gibney, Sky’s Director of Entertainment, Marketing and Digital, adds: “We’re passionate about delivering truly great TV – and the best way of demonstrating this is to give people the opportunity to enjoy the shows for themselves. The combination of Sky First Episodes and a TV campaign featuring entire clips from our biggest and best series means that now everyone has the chance to sample Sky shows.”

    The new marketing campaign has been designed to showcase Sky’s homegrown drama and comedy.

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    Sky launches YouTube channel in major content campaign

    Parent Category: News | 27-01-2014

    Aiming to cash in on what it calls its biggest year of entertainment, BSkyB has begun a new marketing campaign that for the first time offers users the opportunity to sample entire episodes of Sky shows via online video, in particular YouTube.

    During 2014, Sky has committed to invest £600 million in British content across its channels — Sky 1, Sky Atlantic, Sky Arts and Sky Living — in 2014. Sky will launch new home-grown drama including Fleming and HBO's True Detective on Sky Atlantic and The Smoke on the flagship entertainment platform Sky 1.

    Yet perhaps the key development is the creation of the Sky First Episodes YouTube channel. Set to launch on 1 February, the channel will offer viewers the ability to watch first and full episodes from some of Sky's biggest shows such as Moone Boy, The Tunnel, Moonfleet and A Young Doctor's Notebook. More shows will be added regularly over the coming months.

    "We're passionate about delivering truly great TV — and the best way of demonstrating this is to give people the opportunity to enjoy the shows for themselves," commented Naomi Gibney, Sky's director of entertainment, marketing and digital. "The combination of Sky First Episodes and a TV campaign featuring entire clips from our biggest and best series means that now everyone has the chance to sample Sky shows."

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