CCAM server down, Sky News claims it is down for some time

Sky News says its servers have been down for a few hours, after a network outage.

The network was initially down due to a problem with one of Sky’s satellites.

The outage affected the BBC World Service, Sky’s live TV channels and some BBC apps.

Sky said it would resume service shortly.

Sky News says Sky’s network is down but the BBC says it is not.

More: CCAM: BBC World service to be down for another hour, Sky says The BBC said it was unable to connect to Sky’s services for about five minutes before the network restarted.

Sky News said it also lost some of its data.

A CCAM image shows a black box on a computer monitor in front of a CCAM device.

The device is attached to a CCam server.

Source: CCam image on CCAM.ccam.com CCAM is a computer vision system which allows computers to see in the dark.

It works by analyzing the images captured by a device and then reconstructing a 3D model.

It can also identify objects, and help the BBC’s Digital Image Library.

The BBC is not the only broadcaster to suffer a CCM outage.

A CCAM outage last month forced a major restructuring of BBC’s Sky News service.

CCAM also has a significant impact on Sky News’ news output.

It is estimated that it could cost the broadcaster £250,000 to fix a single CCAM problem.