The previously mentioned relaunch of Watch will now take place on the 9th March.
Design Week reports “full branding on the channel will launch from 9 March, though some elements will appear around the launch of Grimm in February”.
Sky Anytime+ is soon to be made available for non Sky Broadband customers for the first time.
Anytime+ will be available for all Sky TV customers by Easter.
It’s also been announced BBC iPlayer and ITV Player will launch on the Anytime+ on-demand service.
BBC iPlayer is mooted for a Sky launch within the year, and ITV Player will join Anytime+ tomorrow with archive programmes.
Regular catchup programmes for ITV Player will be added later this year.
NBC Universal have announced Diva TV is set to close next month.
Diva TV will cease broadcasting on the 14th February with its most popular programmes being moved across to their Style channel.
The closure is due to NBC Universal’s shift of focus onto the Style Network. Their offering will now comprise of Style, E!, Universal Channel, Syfy and Movies 24. The move follows NBC Universal’s acquisition by Comcast in March 2011.
ESPN will broadcast unencrypted throughout the first weekend of February.
The channel will be available for free from Friday 3rd February to Monday 6th February.
Freeview, Sky and BT Vision viewers will be able to watch everything on the channel that weekend with no charge.