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Sky has started to trial #WatchOnSky, a brand new tool on Twitter that lets Sky customers watch or record TV shows, sporting events and movies by simply clicking icons contained within a Tweet.
Twitter users who see #WatchOnSky on Tweets from Sky can expand the Tweet and tap on an icon that directly links to Sky's mobile TV service Sky Go to start watching the show. Alternatively they can tap the Sky+ 'R' to remotely set their Sky+HD box to record. The launch of #WatchOnSky marks the first time that a British broadcaster has created a service which lets users access live TV and set recordings via their Twitter timeline.
New figures from Decipher's bi-annual media consumption tracker "MediaBug" show that Netflix's membership has increased from 10% to 14% of UK online users in the previous six months. This is in contrast to the recently rebranded Amazon Prime Instant Video (previously LOVEFiLM Instant) which dropped from 8% to 6% over the same period.
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