Sky One today confirmed a deal to broadcast the singer's Leeds concert on 9 September. The concert, the UK's first live HD broadcast, will air simultaneously on Sky One and Sky One HD.
"This deal reinforces Sky One's position as the number one entertainment channel," said Richard Woolfe, programming director at the broadcaster.
"The Sky experience will make this more personal and rewarding for Robbie's fans than ever before. Audiences will feel like they're 'literally' on stage with him."
Viewers of the concert in Roundhay Park can also access interactive TV applications, including a choice of camera angles. Consumers with compatible home entertainment systems will be able to listen in Dolby 5.1 surround sound.
Sky HD began its first installations in the UK and Ireland on 22 May. Viewers benefit from a cinema-like experience, with four times the picture detail of standard definition.
According to market research firm GFK, 2.7 million HD-ready television sets are expected to be sold by the end of 2006.
"I've seen high-definition television, and it looks great," said Williams. " It will capture the atmosphere of the concert in ways that a traditional broadcast couldn't."
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