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Sky Atlantic seeks TV's higher ground

Sky Atlantic seeks TV's higher ground

Steve Buscemi in 'Boardwalk Empire', having it large in 1920s Atlantic City

Sky hasn't generally been synonymous with top TV drama, but its new channel, Sky Atlantic HD, is aiming to change that. Launching on 1 February, the channel has been built around Sky's deal with the American HBO network, which means viewers will get access to the entire history of The Sopranos, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Six Feet UnderSex and the City and The Wire.

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