Sky News Active online

Sky News as launches a broadband content service. The service is based on Sky News Active, the world’s first interactive television news service.

It will offer web users high quality audio-visual content from its Sky News service as well as additional content from Sky News Active. The content is available in video clips, which typically range from 30 seconds to four minutes in length and are optimised for PC users with broadband access.

The services are currently available at a combined introductory price of £2.99 per month, or £25.00 annually, giving web users access to a total of 16 screens of sports action and news coverage.

Updated: Friday 4 July 2003
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