In Austria, Sky is represented by Sky Österreich Fernsehen GmbH, a 100-percent subsidiary of Sky Deutschland AG. The staff at the office in Wien is taking care of sales, marketing and PR in Austria in close cooperation with the colleagues in Germany. The in-house formats of Sky Sport Austria are also produced in Austria at the "Filmstadt Wien" (Rosenhügel Studios) as well as the Austrian football and basketball stadiums.
The channel Sky Sport Austria shows Austrian top live sports events and selected international sports highlights. Here, sports fans in Austria and Germany can enjoy all 360 matches of the tipp3-Bundesliga powered by T-Mobile and the "Heute für Morgen" Erste Liga as exclusive live broadcasts.
Sky Sport Austria not only provides live reporting from all Bundesliga matches but also the most up-to-date summaries on Austrian TV. "Alle Spiele, alle Tore" summarizes the most important moments and all goals of the match day directly after the end of the match. The program is complemented by high-quality reports and a comprehensive system of reruns. Another highlight is Austria's most up-to-date football live talk "Talk und Tore" which is broadcasted every Sunday and analyzes current events in a controversial and entertaining way. You can find current information, fan discussions, votings and much more on www.facebook/SkysportAustria.
With a total of 50 people, the Sky editorial and expert team guarantees competent and entertaining sports coverage. Sky shows its unmatched sports competence in Bundesliga coverage with presenters Thomas Trukesitz and Martin Konrad as well as Sky experts Hans Krankl, Andreas Herzog, Heribert Weber, Walter Schachner, Markus Schopp, Georg Zellhofer, Andreas Heraf, Michael Konsel and Roland Kirchler. Until now, the Sky expert team has recorded a total of 529 deployments at international matches and 27 Austrian championships.
Apart from the pitch, Sky Sport Austria also reports on the Admiral Basketball Bundesliga and shows one top game per week live and exclusively. In addition, Sky broadcasts one encounter per game day of the qualification round and the playoffs. The broadcast of up to 50 matches per season including the All-Star-Game and the Cup Final Four translates into more than 150 hours of Austrian live basketball on Sky per season.