Sky launches Ultra HD

 
Sky launches Ultra HD
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From 13 August 2016 - the start of the Premier League - British Sky will send selected matches in crystal crisp TV quality - with Ultra HD, the broadcaster's website says.

To watch 124 live Premier League games in Ultra HD, TV viewers must have a TV that supports the new format, as well as a special decoder. That is to watch TV in a quality that is four times better than normal HD quality.

In a addition to football, the channel also plans to show exclusive blockbuster movies, natural history documentaries and gripping dramas, where viewers will be brought to the heart of the action at home, in enhanced Ultra HD picture quality, it says.

The first ever 'Friday Night Football' in Ultra HD will be in the second week of the season, as Manchester United fans welcome Mourinho to Old Trafford for their home fixture against Southampton.

The much anticipated Manchester derby involving Mourinho and Pep Guardiola will also be live on Sky Sports on September 10.

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