Sky On Demand

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Sky On Demand
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Type of site
video on demand
Available in English
Area served Philippines
Owner Sky Cable Corporation
Website www.skyondemand.com.ph
Registration Subscription to Sky Cable, Sky Broadband, Sky Direct or Sky Mobi is required.
Launched August 13, 2015
Current status Active

Sky On Demand is a video on demand service exclusively available to Sky subscribers in the Philippines. It is owned and operated by Sky Cable Corporation, a subsidiary of ABS-CBN. It allows users who are subscribed to either Sky Cable, Sky Broadband, Sky Direct or Sky Mobi to watched on demand contents from many pan-regional television channels such as ABS-CBN, AXN, History Channel, Warner TV, Disney Channel, S+A as well as a wide array of foreign and local TV shows and movies from Star Cinema, Paramount Pictures, NBCUniversal, Regal Films, and Viva Films.[1][2]

Users can access the contents of Sky On Demand through either the website interface, the Sky On Demand IPTV set-top box connected to Sky Broadband or through its mobile app available for iOS and Android devices connected to Sky Mobi. The Sky On Demand mobile app can also be accessed through other internet service providers or through WiFi with reduced number of contents.

The multi-screen capability of Sky On Demand allow subscribers to choose which gadget they prefer to watch the contents of Sky. Apart from the multi-screen capability, Sky On Demand has advanced features such as tailor-fit recommendations on what to watch and a resume capability of partially watched programs. The service also creates customized playlists for favorite episodes and movies, and for partially watched videos.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ABS-CBN unit Sky Cable sees higher revenues from 'Pay TV'". BusinessWorld. November 23, 2015.
  2. ^ "SkyCable launches multi-screen capability on VOD service". BusinessWorld. November 30, 2015.
  3. ^ Loyola, James (November 23, 2015). "Sky Cable launches new video on demand features". Manila Bulletin.

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