Jeremy Darroch, chief executive, said: "Our investment on-screen to broaden our offering is delivering with viewing to Sky channels up 10pc year on year".
Ms White said Sky "currently has a very strong record of compliance on broadcasting" and insisted there was no reason why the company would not maintain a commitment to United Kingdom broadcasting standards following a takeover.
Gilbert's comment was a reference to allegations of sexual and racial harassment at Fox News.
He told shareholders he was "pretty confident" that this would not have an effect on the CMA's investigation.
Sky shares - 7% down in the year to date - were 0.5% up in early trading following the release of the results statement.
The FTSE 100 giant reported like-for-like revenue up 5pc in the three months to September 30, at £3.3bn.
Mr Darroch said it was a strong start to the new financial year: "Against the backdrop of pressure on consumer spending and lower spend on United Kingdom television advertising, we were particularly pleased with our own EBITDA growth of 15% in our established business".
The group said Game Of Thrones was its "most-watched series ever", while it also hailed home-grown series Riviera after it notched up 20 million downloads. The company launched new streaming services in Spain and Switzerland in the quarter.
21st Century Fox (21CF) has welcomed the publication by the CMA of the Issues Statement.
Wine Country Wildfires Spared Little In Their Paths
In Santa Rosa, which saw neighborhoods and swaths of land overrun by fire, a curfew remains in effect from 6:45 p.m.to 7:15 a.m. He said he regretted that he hadn't stayed, like his neighbors, standing on the roof with his hose, fighting the fire himself.
Jack Wilshere is considering leaving Arsenal
He didn't want me to play as a left winger. "He is very close to be considered like everyone else". If keeps going like he is going at the moment, he will go to the World Cup, I am sure.
Air quality deteriorates due to California wildfires
Continuing wind and wildfires today may cause residents to experience trouble breathing, coughing, headaches and chest pain. As of Tuesday morning 15 people had been killed in the fires and officials said that number was likely to rise.