Dana Strong
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Sky Group



Strong took over at Comcast-owned pay TV giant Sky in January 2021, having previously led Comcast Cable’s resi­dential business in the U.S. At Sky, she has doubled down on original production; the firm has spent £500 million on more than 200 originals this year, more than three times its 2019 output. To help make the shows, the company has opened a large studio complex in London, Sky Studios Elstree, with 13 stages. Tech innovation is a priority, too: Sky Glass, a broadband-powered TV set that doesn’t require a satellite dish or set-top box, launched in the U.K. in October 2021 and has expanded  this year to other European markets. Sky Showtime, an SVOD joint venture between Comcast and Paramount Global, started its European rollout in September and will grow Sky’s presence to more than 20 countries. 


  • Sky Group
  • Comcast Corporation
  • Virgin Media


  • University of Pennsylvania (PA, USA)

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Sky Triples Down on U.K. Content with 200 Originals, $610 Million Investment

Sky Triples Down on U.K. Content with 200 Originals, $610 Million Investment

Pay TV operator Sky is continuing to invest big in the U.K. The Comcast owned outfit has trebled its output of U.K.-originated content from 2019 to 200 originals in 2022 with an investment of £500 million ($610 million), said Dana Strong, group CEO of Sky, on Thursday.Strong was bullish about the impending opening of the Sky Studios Elstree that will host Sky originals in addition to film and television content from the Universal group. "We're very excited about it, there...


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