BSkyB, which provides pay-TV, broadband and telephony services, added 74,000 net new TV customers in its third quarter, more than double the growth it recorded last year. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Pay TV operator BSkyB added 74,000 net new TV customers in its third quarter, more than double the growth it recorded last year, as it shrugged off th(...)

Revenue was up 7.6 per cent to £3.75 billion at the broadcaster. Photograph: David Jones/PA Wir

BSkyB posted better-than-expected first-half operating profit after the British pay-TV operator sold an increasing number of HD TV services and more o(...)

Sky will invest € 1.25 billion in Ireland over the next five years, the company’s chief executive Jeremy Darroch said tonight.  Photograph: Robbie Reynolds/CPR

Sky will invest €1.25 billion in Ireland over the next five years, the company’s chief executive Jeremy Darroch said tonight. Giving the keynote speec(...)

BSkyB fought back against intensifying competition today by launching a  TV box allowing viewers to watch on-demand services. Photograph: David Jones/PA Wire

British Sky Broadcasting Group, the UK’s largest pay-TV broadcaster, unveiled a box to link televisions to the internet and said it will buy back £500(...)

Lucy Lumsden, Sky’s head of comedy, says hiring people like Chris O’Dowd is ‘more like a commission to an artist’

What makes us laugh? It’s Lucy Lumsden’s job to answer this question. As Sky’s first ever head of comedy she’s answered it pretty well so far, with sh(...)