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|Headquarters||918-1 Mok-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul, South Korea|
|Cheol-Soo Kim CEO|
|Products||Direct broadcast satellite |
Pay TV services & Programming
Number of employees
|283 (as of 31 December 2010)|
- December 19, 2000 - The South Korean government decided to create an official satellite television provider (KT-lead KDB Consortium).
- March 30, 2001 - The company was founded.
- March 1, 2002 - Officially began to provide satellite broadcasting service.
- December 24, 2002 - Total number of subscribers exceeded 500,000.
- May 21, 2003 - Interactive television and Dolby 5.1 surround sound capabilities provided for the first time in South Korean television.
- September 29, 2003 - HDTV services and the SkyHD channel launched.
- October 28, 2003 - TV SMS services launched.
- November 1, 2003 - T-Commerce service launched.
- November 3, 2003 - Total number of subscribers exceeded 1 million.
- March 24, 2004 - Interactive election broadcasting service provided for the first time in Korea.
- April 11, 2005 - TV ordering service launched for the first time in Korea.
- May 3, 2005 - TV Banking service launched for the first time in Korea.
- June 14, 2006 - FIFA World Cup Germany 2006 rebroadcast in North Korea.
- November 20, 2006 - SkyPVR personal video recording service launched for the first time in Korea.
- December 31, 2006 - Number of subscribers amounted to 1.96 million, resulting in yearly profit of 3.6 billion won.
- February 24, 2007 - Number of subscribers reached 2 million.
- May 23, 2007 - SkyEnglishWorld English language channels only package released.
- April 1, 2008 - H.264 HD service launched
- January 1, 2009 - SkyEn, exclusive channel for men entertainment, was launched.
- March 5, 2009 - Discovery HD World launched.
- July 1, 2009 - Qook TV Skylife, joint service with Saterlite broadcast and IPTV's VOD, launched.
- January 1, 2010 - Sky3D, first 3D channel service in Korea, was launched.
- March 25, 2011 - Number of subscribers reached 3 million.
- March 29, 2011 - The company renamed from Korea Digital Satellite Broadcasting to KT Skylife because KT became the largest shareholder and took control of the company.
- May 30, 2011 - The KTSkylife New Channel This-colaunched 2011.
- July 31, 2011 - HDChannel 101Channels,New launched 2011(Channel One|Entertainment,SBS-CNBC|News)
- December 31, 2011 - Entertainment Channel New 2011 Skyrainbow High-def launched
- January 1, 2012 - Channel IT, Data Channel For Korean, launched.
- July 1, 2012 - Ch.N,The M Relaunched
Total 200 channels as of April 2008 (92 Video Channels/41 Audio Channels/20 Interactive Channels)
(full 'list of channels' on Skylife will upload soon. These channels are the sneak preview of it)International Network(Asia Package) Basic Pack
- MBC Korea
- SBS Korea
- EBS Korea
- Arirang TV
- tvN Korea
- Mnet Korea
- SBS Plus
- SBS funE
- SBS Gold
- SBS Sports
- SBS CNBC
- SBS MTV
- MBC Every 1
- MBC Music
- MBC ON
- MBC Sports
- MBC Net
- MBC Drama
- Animal Planet
- Animax Korea
- AXN Korea
- FOX Korea
- Celestial Movies
- Super Action
- Orion Cinema Network
- Cartoon Network
- Channel NewsAsia
- Nat Geo People
- Nat Geo Wild
- Discovery Channel
- Disney Channel
- Disney Junior
- History Korea
- Lifetime Korea
- 서울신문 STV
- JTBC 2
- JTBC 3
- JTBC 4
- JTBC Zee TV
- MBN Korea
- TV Chosun (TV조선)
- Channel A Korea
- Zing Asia
- TRT Turk
- CCTV 4 Asia
- Smithsonian Channel
- HBO Hits
- HBO Family
- HBO Asia
- HBO HD
- HBO On Demand
- HBO Signature
- Cinemax Asia
- RED by HBO
Source: SkyLife Official Homepage
Based on the data of March 31, 2011.