The duo have both been given their own programmes, which will focus on rock and pop performers from the past and present.
The Ronnie Wood Show, which will premiere in February 2012, is based on his Sony Award-winning radio show. It will feature performances, interviews and chat from some of Wood's most famous friends in the industry.
"I've had so much fun doing my radio show and had lots of success with recent awards, so I'm really excited it's now going to TV to give the audience the chance to see behind the scenes," he said.
The Jo Whiley Music Show is a topical talkshow format which will aim to debate the big talking points in the music industry. Journalists, musicians and commentators will join in the discussion with Whiley. There will also be a live strand featuring extended performances from guest bands.
"Doing a show like this with Sky Arts is a hugely exciting project for me," Whiley said. "Performance is going to be a big part of both shows; getting on the established acts but also the opportunity to give new bands a showcase on the channel.
"I'm delighted to be part of a programme that gives a forum to debate the complex issues facing the music industry today, and I'm looking forward to giving our guests the opportunity to really speak their mind."
James Hunt, channel director of Sky Arts, added: "Jo and Ronnie are both wonderful assets to Sky Arts and we're delighted to have them on board.
"The two programmes are innovative and exciting, incorporating discussion, debate and live music in a unique way. Both Ronnie and Jo have such an incredible wealth of experience, not to mention talent; their rapport with the guests and performances will make both programmes a complete joy to watch."
The Jo Whiley Music Show will air in October on Sky Arts 1.