rdd3,370 posts since 21 Jun 2001
Do they stick with some live coverage for things such as the Superbowl and for example during the World Cup when some games were kicking off at 11pm and 2am? They'll be key Olympic events overnight in the summer too, though Sky Sports News often doesn't notice the Olympics.

They tend not to notice things Sky don't have the rights to, though the World Cup and Euros are honourable exceptions. They covered London 2012 but it was happening on their doorstep.