Sky Deutschland has signed a deal that will make all ten of its high-definition channels available to an additional 600,000 cable households.
The German pay-TV operator has struck a deal with cable marketing organisation DNMG that will see its HD channels being made available to up to 140 cable operators. Those companies that are members of DNMG will be able to offer the seven HD channels currently broadcast by Sky, along with a further three that will launch tomorrow Sky Sports HD 2, Sky Cinema Hits HD and Sky Action HD.
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