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Encyclopedia > Sky One Mix
Sky Mix
Ident or Logo
Replaced or Formerly Called Sky One Mix (until Sep 2004)
Sister Channel Sky One
Launched: 9 December 2002
Audience Share (Aug 2004[1] (http://www.barb.co.uk/viewingsummary/monthreports.cfm?report=monthgmulti)): 0.5%
Owned By: British Sky Broadcasting
Web Address: http://www.skyone.co.uk (same as Sky One)
Availability
Terrestrial Analogue: Not Available
Terrestrial Digital: Not Currently Available
Satellite: Sky Digital Channel ?
Cable: NTL Channel ?

Telewest Channel ?


Sky Mix (launched and branded as Sky One Mix until September 21, 2004) is a United Kingdom satellite television channel run by British Sky Broadcasting. A supplimentary channel for Sky One, Sky Mix shows repeats of programmes aired on that channel, timeshifted from their original broadcast. This is a common method amongst UK television channels, allowing viewers to catch shows they may have missed on first-run. However, unlike other channels - such as Living TV - which operate a +1 system (whereby an auxiliary channel runs one hour behind the main channel), Sky Mix has a separate schedule. Its on-screen identity is loosely based on that used by Sky One at the time of Mix's launch, but using a yellow-and-black colour scheme instead of orange-and-black. The channel is broadcast on Sky Digital and NTL digital cable.


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Sky Mix - definition of Sky Mix in Encyclopedia (173 words)
Sky Mix (launched and branded as Sky One Mix until September 21 2004) is a United Kingdom satellite television channel run by British Sky Broadcasting.
A supplimentary channel for Sky One, Sky Mix shows repeats of programmes aired on that channel, timeshifted from their original broadcast.
Its on-screen identity is loosely based on that used by Sky One at the time of Mix's launch, but using a yellow-and-fl colour scheme instead of orange-and-fl.
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