Read this: Sky Arts' decision to go free makes the art world more accessible to everyone
Summary: Making it free to air is a bold decision for a product based on a subscription model - yet it will clearly place Sky in the vanguard of arts coverage in the UK, and it will no doubt hope the goodwill it engenders will be converted into support for its paid-for offerings, including its on-demand library of 2,000 hours of arts content. To make its programming as expansive - and accessible - as possible, Sky Arts' new slate includes EastEnders hardman Danny Dyer presenting a documentary about his mentor, playwright Harold Pinter jungle pioneer Goldie revisiting the art that has influenced his music AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson meeting Foo Fighter and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl Benjamin Zephaniah celebrating the best of the spoken word and Elbow's Guy Garvey digging out all-time great TV music performances. - inews.co.ukinews.co.ukSky Arts' decision to go free makes the …
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