Sky Sport's Delhi Commonwealth Games 2010 coverage

Five dedicated 24-hour Commonwealth Games channels on SKY

Never before has there been five dedicated channels to choose from, ensuring full LIVE coverage of events, wins and ceremonies, plus replays. What’s more, regular highlights and updates will be played on SKY Sport 1, 2 & 3. And to ensure a Kiwi perspective, SKY’s experienced commentary team will be on the spot, reporting live from Delhi. all five channels will be available to current sKY sport subscribers at no additional cost.

More than 12 hours a day live free to air on Prime

The favourable time zones in Delhi means that our peak viewing time will be dominated by live coverage, culminating in highlights and replays of key events.

Kicking off at 1.30am on Monday 4 October, the opening and closing ceremonies will be covered in full and New Zealand athlete events and medal ceremonies will be shown live whenever possible. Prime’s coverage will be presented by veteran broadcaster Eric Young, assisted by Melodie Robinson and Dennis Katsanos.

It will also include a special Breakfast Highlights show each morning (approx 6.30am – 8.00am) hosted by Clint Brown. The Crowd Goes Wild will also offer their own irreverent perspective every weekday evening as part of Prime’s coverage.

All live Games coverage will be in HD.

Latest results online and on Mobile TV

New Zealanders can keep on top of results with daily highlights, regular updates and extensive access on, and the full PRIME coverage will be available on SKY Mobile TV.

Commonwealth games Delhi 2010 Mosiac Channel offer total snapshot of Commonwealth Games activity

SKY will introduce a special Commonwealth Games Mosaic Channel to compliment its expansive coverage of the XIX Commonwealth Games. Available to all SKY Sport subscribers, the Games Mosaic Channel will enable sports fans to view six channel windows on one screen, comprising the live action on all five dedicated SKY Sport Commonwealth Games channels and the free-to-air broadcast on Prime Television.

Viewers will be able to browse the six screens and listen to the associated audio using their remote control giving them the ultimate control of their games viewing. The Games Mosaic Channel acts as a portal to the wider games coverage, as customers can select any channel within the screen for normal full-screen viewing at the push of a button.

The Mosaic Channel is available for all SKY domestic sports subscribers regardless of whether they have a MYSKY, MY SKY HDi or a basic digital decoder.

MY SKY customers will not be able to use Live Pause or Record when viewing the channel windows via the Mosaic Channel, however these functions will work as normal when the individual channel is being watched full-screen.

Event information for each of the six channel windows will not be available using the ‘i’ button whilst viewing via the mosaic channel, but will be available as normal when the individual channel is being watched full-screen.

Sky’s coverage at a glance

• Live coverage of all events across five dedicated channels

• More than 16 hours of free-to-air live coverage each day on prime in HD

• Dehli 2010 mosaic channel offers a cross channel view of all six channels

• Extensive on-line coverage on and mobile TV

Full list of Sky channels

Games mosaic – Sky channel 130 – all coverage in SD

Sky Sport 4 – Sky channel 131– all coverage in SD

Sky Sport 5 – Sky channel 132 – all coverage in SD

Sky Sport 6 – Sky channel 133 – all coverage in SD

Sky Sport 7 – Sky channel 134 – all coVerage in SD

Sky Sport 8 – Sky channel 135 – all coVerage in SD

Sky Sport Highlights – Sky channel 033

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