ByEquity Watch: DISH Network (NASDAQ:DISH) has been consistently delivering decent top-line growth and the trend is expected to continue in the future due to its promising growth initiatives. Despite the saturation of the U.S. Pay-TV Industry, with its competitive video offerings, the company has been progressively strengthening its pay-TV results. Show More Summary
Fox loses another bid for an injunction against Dish Network, Marvel asks the Supreme Court not to take Jack Kirby case and more Section 6 back and forth. The post 3 Count: Hopped Over appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
LightSquared, Ergen Reach Deal on Bankruptcy Plan (Wall Street Journal) Philip Falcone‘s LightSquared Inc. reached a deal on a restructuring plan that has the support of DISH Network Corp (NASDAQ:DISH) Chairman Charlie Ergen, its top secured lender. In a court hearing Monday, a lawyer for a special committee of LightSquared’s board said the new plan would give Mr. […]
Fox once again failed to persuade a court to stop the No. 2 satellite company from helping its subscribers stream TV shows from their home DVRs. The U.S. Court of Appeals in San Francisco upheld a 2013 District Court decision that rejected...Show More Summary
By Lennox Yieke: Dish Network (NASDAQ: DISH) captured headlines in May when it announced that it would start accepting payments in bitcoin. This is undoubtedly a shot in the arm for the digital currency, which had hitherto been struggling to shrug off negative criticism derived from governments' and regulators' relentless bashing. Show More Summary
Dish Network has signaled to the FCC that it wants to go after even more spectrum. It will participate in two upcoming auctions to get more airwaves, including the controversial incentive auction.
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If you could be any player in the pay-TV industry these days, you probably wouldn’t choose to be Dish Network. It’s being sued by broadcasters for its DVR; its one competitor in the satellite market is trying to merge with AT&T, which puts Dish’s future in doubt. So it’s little surprise that Dish isn’t thrilled about the potential marriage of … [More]
Dish Networks has told the FCC it intends to "meaningfully participate" in the reverse auction for 600MHz airwaves scheduled for next year. "The incentive auction offers opportunities for competitive providers and new entrants to bid...Show More Summary
Satellite operator Dish Network has come out against the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable.
The Dish Network chairman made his plea on Monday in meetings with all five FCC commissioners and several staffers, according to a Dish filing today. Comcast’s $45B deal for Time Warner Cable “presents serious competitive concerns for...Show More Summary
Satellite broadcaster Dish Network wants the government to block Comcast Corp.'s proposed purchase of Time Warner Cable.
Philip Falcone’s Harbinger Capital Partners is again suing Dish Network Corp. DISH +0.78% and Chairman Charlie Ergen, this time under the federal racketeering statute. Harbinger is suing both Mr. Ergen and Dish for at least $1.5 billion, saying Mr. Show More Summary
We’ve chronicled the difficulties ESPN has had in getting SEC Network carried across the conference footprint. Up until now, Dish Network and AT&T U-Verse along with a few smaller cable providers have agreed to pick up SEC Network in time for the August 14 launch date. Now, ESPN can count on one more and it’s […]
Fox is looking to renew its case against DISH's Hopper and DISH Anywhere.
The satellite company is involved in multiple lawsuits that could be affected by the Supreme Court's decision.
Aereo pauses following Supreme Court ruling, FilmOn, Dish Network and Fox all argue about what it means and much, much more! The post Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 332 – Aereo’s Aftermath appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
The fallout from last week’s Supreme Court ruling against streaming video startup Aereo continues, with broadcasters arguing that the SCOTUS decision bolsters their legal efforts to shut down Dish Network’s Dish Anywhere service. A federal...Show More Summary
Google announced its plan to take on the billions of TV viewers in the world with a groundbreaking product that would blur the lines between internet and broadcast -- four years ago. Executives from Dish Network, Best Buy, Sony, Logitech, Sony and...