Sky has confirmed the Discovery Channel is staying on its service
After weeks of talks it appears that Discovery have reached an agreement which will keep the channels on Sky.
Last week it appeared that 12 channels, including Eurosport, were about to switched off after the companies clashed over how much Sky should pay to broadcast the content produced by Discovery.
Sky believed the price expectations set out by Discovery during negotiations were "completely unrealistic".
However, it now seems that an aggreement has been reached with Sky posting a statement online saying: "Great news, we can confirm that Sky will continue to carry the Discovery and Eurosport channels.
"This means you can still watch channels including: Animal Planet, Discovery HD, Discovery History, Discovery Home & Health, Discovery Science, Discovery Shed, Discovery Turbo, DMAX, Eurosport1, Eurosport2, Investigation Discovery, TLC and Quest.
— Discovery Channel UK (@DiscoveryUK) January 31, 2017
The Discovery channel has also tweeted a message confirming their programmes are staying on Sky saying: "GOOD NEWS! All our channels are staying on Sky. We can’t thank you enough for your patience & support. Best fans in TV! #KeepDiscovery."
Along with the Discovery content Sky has also revealed a host of new channels arriving on its platform.
The satellite TV company says a new deal with PBS America will bring the best of PBS's factual programming to Sky, covering history, science, current affairs, arts and culture.
In fact Sky said it's adding over 1,000 hours of programming to our its On Demand service from channels like History and National Geographic.
This means Customers should be able to enjoy the very best factual programming available.
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Although these new channels is clearly good news Sky has confirmed customers' monthly bills will be on the rise in March 2017.
The UK broadcaster has announced that the cost of line rental will increase from £17.40 to £18.99 per month – resulting in customers paying more than £19 extra a year.
Those who do not pay Sky for broadband will not see their landline costs rise.
Sky has not confirmed how many of its 12 million customers will be affected by its latest price rise.
However it has revealed that the "vast majority of TV customers will not see their bills go up".
Those who are affected will see their monthly bills increase by £19.08 a year.