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No longer dead man walking: Sky’s streaming strategy starts to take shape

Three recent developments give Sky shareholders new hope.

Chris Keall
Sat, 16 Apr 2016

“Dead man walking” is how I’ve typically described Sky TV [NZX: SKT] over the past couple of years when people have inquired about its prospects in the age of Netflix.

Now, I think the company’s chances are a lot brighter.

What’s changed? Three things.

The Netflix crackdown
Netflix’s latest

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Chris Keall
Sat, 16 Apr 2016
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