4oD added to Sky's On Demand platform

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sky-4od-top.jpgSky have announced the arrival of Channel 4’s 4oD service as part of Sky TV’s On Demand hub.

Landing on Monday, Sky subscribers with their boxes hooked up to the internet will be able at access on demand content from Channel 4 and More 4, with E4 and Film 4 content set to launch a little later.

As well as recently televised shows, the 4oD service also offers top-notch archival content, including great comedy shows like Peep Show, Brass Eye and The Inbetweeners.

“The way people enjoy TV is changing as customers embrace technology to take control over their viewing. We know customers have busier lives than ever, which is why we’ve created the most comprehensive catch-up service in the UK,” said Luke Bradley-Jones, Sky’s Director of TV Products.

“Offering great TV from Channel 4 on demand on Sky+ and on Sky Go at no extra charge is all part of our continued commitment to offer our customers the best combination of content and innovation.”

Sarah Rose, Channel 4’s Director of Commercial & Business Development, added:

“The launch of our successful VOD service, 4oD, on the Sky on demand and Sky Go platforms this month will extend the reach of our content to enable even more viewers to enjoy our wide range of programmes. And through the recent arrival of More4 HD and much anticipated launch of Film4 HD in September, we’re delighted to complete the roll out of our HD portfolio.”

The the free app should go live on Monday, so check back in your Sky On Demand portal then to view the new content.

Gerald Lynch
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