www.sky.com/hd · Sky's HDTV channel line-up will include a combination of sports, movies, entertainment and documentary programming. Full details of content and pricing will be announced in due course. · Sky's HDTV system will support both 720p and 1080i picture formats. Broadcasters will be able to choose the format which is most appropriate to their individual requirements. · Sky will use the advanced compression coding system MPEG-4 for its HDTV broadcasts. · BSkyB's HDTV box will be equipped with an HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) as its primary means of connecting to an HD display. HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) will also be required to view BSkyB's HD content using an HDMI connection. HDMI can also be connected to DVI equipped displays that support HDCP using a suitable adapter cable. · “HD Ready" is a labelling scheme that is being introduced by the TV manufacturer's organisation EICTA. The “HD Ready" logo will appear on an increasing number of TV displays in shops over the coming months. Any TV set that carries the “HD Ready" label will work with Sky's HDTV service.