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ESPN has today announced the first set of Premier League football Fixtures to be shown Live on their UK based channel. ESPN, will launch on 3 August ahead of the start of the new Premier League season on 15 August… Read more

Sky Sports has today announced the first set of Premier League football Fixtures to be shown Live on Sky Sports. Sky will show a total of 92 Premier League matches over the course of next season (2009/2010). Here’s the first… Read more

Sky Sports News presenter, Ed Chamberlin, is battling stomach cancer. Writing on his Sky Sports Blog last month, Ed said: “My apologies for the absence of this blog over the last couple of weeks. “I was diagnosed with cancer in… Read more

BskyB has won 5 of 6 premier League football packages for the seasons 2010/11 to 2012/13. Sky currently has 4 packages, mainly showing Premier League football on Saturday Afternoons, two matches on a Sunday and midweek games. The fifth package… Read more

Sky Sports have today announced their first 4 months of Live Premiership Football on Sky Sports. They will include Five head-to-heads between last years top four teams and Eight major derbies. The opening weekend kicks off on Saturday 16th August… Read more

Rob McCaffrey has quit Sky Sports to take up a job in Dubai. UAE has signed presenter Rob McCaffrey to front its new football show. The former Sky Sports presenter will be moving to Dubai this summer – bringing a… Read more

Friday?s edition of Sky News Sportsline will be the last. According to a TV Newsroom source, The nightly edition will came to a end on Friday 1st June. The 20 and 50 minutes past the hour bulletins will remain. There?ll… Read more

Sky Sports News will cover this years World Cup with several 30-minute reports live from Germany throughout the day beginning on Wednesday. David Jones & Kelly Dalglish will be live in Berlin and will bring us all the latest news… Read more

Sky Sports has won the rights to broadcast two-thirds of 138 live top-flight English football matches for three years starting in 2007, with Irish pay-TV operator Setanta to air the rest. Sky is paying about 20 percent more than it… Read more

Live coverage of England’s home Test matches will no longer be available on terrestrial TV from 2006 onwards. The England and Wales Cricket Board has awarded an exclusive four-year contract to BSkyB, which will run until 2009. BSkyB’s package also… Read more