17. Sky plc

Revenues 2016: GBP 12.916 billion (€ 15.761 billion)

General Information

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Headquarters:
Sky plc              
Grant Way, Isleworth, TW7 5QD,               
Telefon: 0333 100 0333
www.skygroup.sky

Company type: Public
Financial year: 07/01 – 06/30
Founded in: 1990

 

Table I: Financial Highlights (GBP Mio.)
2016/172015/162014/152013/14
Revenue12.91611.79111.28311.104
Profit691663750548
Employees31.00027.443

 

 

 

Executives and Directors

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Management:

  • Jeremy Darroch, Group Chief Executive
  • Andrew Griffith, Group Chief Operating Officer & Chief Financial Officer
  • Deborah Baker, Group Director of People
  • James Conyers, Group General Counsel
  • Gary Davey, Managing Director, Content
  • Mai Fyfield, Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer
  • Catherine Hicks, Group Corporate Affairs Director
  • Didier Lebrat, Chief Technology Officer
  • Stephen Van Rooyen, Chief Executive Officer, UK and Ireland
  • Carsten Schmidt, Chief Executive Officer, Sky Deutschland
  • Alun Webber, Sky's Chief Product Officer
  • Andrea Zappia, Chief Executive Officer, Sky Italia

 

Board of Directors:

  • James Murdoch. Chairman
  • Jeremy Darroch. Group Chief Executive Officer
  • Andrew Griffith, Group Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer
  • Chase Carey, Non-Executive Director
  • Tracy Clark, Independent Non-Executive Director
  • Martin Gilbert, Deputy Chairman
  • Adine Grate, Independent Non-Executive Director
  • John Nallen, Non-Executive Director
  • Andrew Sukawaty, Senior Independent Director
  • Matthieu Pigasse, Independent Non-Executive Director
  • Katrin Wehr-Seiter, Independent Non-Executive Director

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Partners

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the Open Society Foundations' Media Program,

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Germany's Federal Agency for Civic Education,

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the Rudolf Augstein Foundation,

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the city of Cologne, Germany,

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and the State of Thuringia, Department of Commerce.