October 28, 2016 12:06 PM ET


Company Overview of Sky Deutschland AG

Company Overview

Sky Deutschland AG, together with its subsidiaries, provides pay-television (TV) services under the Sky trademark in Germany and Austria. It offers subscription TV, as well as on-demand services for private and business customers. The company’s program portfolio includes comedy, music and programs, German language TV premieres, feature films, TV series, children's programs, and documentaries. It also offers live sports, including golf tournaments, tennis, Formula 1 racing, and beach volleyball, as well as HD live broadcasts of DFB-Pokal matches, UEFA Champions league, UEFA Europa league matches, and Austrian football league matches. In addition, the company provides Sky Go, an over-the-top p...

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Key Executives for Sky Deutschland AG

Chairman of Management Board and Chief Executive Officer
Age: 53
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 42
President of Transactional Business for Pay-Per-View Business
Chief Officer of Legal, Regulatory & Distribution, Member of Management Board and General Manager of Sky Österreich Gmbh
Age: 49
Executive Vice President of Customer Group - Austria & Germany
Age: 46
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Sky Deutschland AG Key Developments

Sky Germany Launches on Demand Streaming Service

Sky Deutschland has introduced a new streaming capability to its On Demand service. Sky customers who have connected their set-top box to the internet are now able to access 1,000 pre-roll videos which can be instantly streamed. Previously, the Sky on Demand service offered only a limited selection of videos, which were loaded overnight onto the hard disc receiver and ready for retrieval the next day. Sky Deutschland confirmed 1.3 million of its customers had already connected their set-top boxes to the internet.

Sky Deutschland AG Presents at TMT Finance Europe 2016, Oct-18-2016 11:45 AM

Sky Deutschland AG Presents at TMT Finance Europe 2016, Oct-18-2016 11:45 AM. Venue: Munich, Bavaria, Germany. Speakers: Simin Lange, Vice President for Distribution and Broadcast Agreements.

MaxLinear Inc. Selects Sky Deutschland for a New Personal Video Recorder

MaxLinear Inc. announced its latest-generation Full-Spectrum Capture satellite and cable front-end receivers have been selected by Sky Deutschland for a new personal video recorder (PVR) that is shipping to subscribers in Germany and Austria this fall. Sky Deutschland’s advanced PVR platform, called Sky+ Pro, will enable users to view breathtaking ultra-high definition (UHD) video content broadcasted with a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels. Initially, the new Sky+ Pro will support two tuners and allow customers to watch or record two shows simultaneously. An embedded Wi-Fi receiver will also allow customers to connect the set-top box (STB) to their existing Wi-Fi network, enabling video-on-demand (VoD) with Sky On Demand. Support for eight tuners over a single coax cable will be enabled in a future software update. The Sky+ Pro is designed with a modular architecture that can support either cable or satellite reception. The new set-top box is powered by MaxLinear’s MxL582C single-chip Full-Spectrum Capture (FSCTM) satellite receiver, which digitizes the complete broadcast satellite band and performs the digital tuning and demodulation of up to eight satellite channels in a very low power, tiny form-factor. The MxL582C IC also provides built-in immunity to Wi-Fi, LTE and terrestrial interference signals, ensuring that the STBs have excellent HD and UHD reception performance, even in adverse environments. MaxLinear’s innovative FSC technology enhances the user experience with advanced fast channel-change functionality, while also enabling the service provider to remotely monitor and optimize performance in the network. The new set-top box is designed to support a variety of low-noise block (LNB) configurations used by installers, including Unicable (EN50494), Unicable II (EN50607), and digital channel stacking switch (dCSS) LNBs and multiswitches. The new Sky+ Pro is designed to work seamlessly with LNBs based on MaxLinear’s MxL862 digital channel stacking IC, which supports the latest single cable router technology and stacks up to 24 channels on a single coax cable. This technology simplifies and reduces installation time for both single family homes and multi-dwelling units (MDUs).

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