Sky’s no-dish offer rattles SES, Eutelsat investors

by Peter B. de Selding

 

Sky PLC Chief Executive Jeremy Darroch said any broad move from satellite to IPTV would take time. But he said the trends were clear: Young people want streaming, older customers like their satellite links. For now, the no-satellite Sky Q offer appears targeted at customers that, for one reason or another, were not going to install satellite dishes. Credit: Sky PLC

PARIS — One of Europe’s biggest TV broadcasters, Sky PLC, on Jan. 26 shook satellite markets by announcing that it would offer, for the first time, a satellite-free television service . . .

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