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Google Assistant is coming to Dish Network this year

Launching on the Hopper, Joey, and Wally. If it seems like the Google Assistant is everywhere, that's kind of because it is. CES 2018 has been home to numerous product launches that features some sort of Assistant integration, and now...Show More Summary

TVAddons and ZemTV Ask Court to Dismiss U.S. Piracy Lawsuit

The people behind TVAddons and the ZemTV Kodi addon have asked a Texas District Court to dismiss the piracy lawsuit filed by Dish Networks against them. Both defendants are foreign nationals who say they have no connection to Texas.Show More Summary

Dish Network Files Two Lawsuits Against Pirate IPTV Providers

Dish Network, a leading US TV provider with more than 13 million subscribers, is continuing its crackdown on unauthorized streaming services. In a pair of lawsuits filed in Maryland and Texas, Dish targets two illicit IPTV providers,...Show More Summary

How Much Upside Could Streaming Services Drive For Comcast?

With the rise of over-the-top streaming services, Pay-TV providers are losing subscribers and revenues to companies such as Netflix. Therefore, pay-TV companies such as Comcast and Dish Network are aggressively pursuing over-the-top streaming services.

Why Dish Network’s Pay TV Revenue Pressure Is Likely To Continue

In this note, we discuss the challenges that Dish Network will likely face in its efforts to meaningfully improve its pay-TV revenues in the coming years.

Why Dish Network Needs To Roll Out Services For Its Spectrum Holdings

In March this year, Dish Network raised $1 billion in debt to finance wireless and spectrum-related strategic transactions. In July, reports surfaced that Dish Network and Amazon could partner to set up a narrow band Internet of Things (IoT) network.

Advising the CEO Not to Resign

After Dish Network's Charles Ergen announced his resignation, his personal stock dropped almost $1 billion by the end of the week. He had started the business almost 40 years earlier, selling satellite dishes out of the back of a truck in rural Colorado. His resignation pushed down the company's......

Charlie Ergen Steps Down as Dish CEO to Focus on Wireless Business

Dish Network Corp. said Charlie Ergen has stepped down from his role as chief executive to focus on the company’s fledgling wireless business.

Dish Network's CEO is stepping down (DISH)

Dish Network Chairman Charlie Ergen is stepping down from his role as CEO. He will be replaced by chief operating officer Erik Carlson. Dish shares have fallen nearly 11% this year as the company continues to lose subscribers to streaming...Show More Summary

Dish CEO Charlie Ergen steps aside to focus on wireless

NEW YORK (AP) — Charlie Ergen, the founder of satellite TV company Dish, is stepping aside as CEO to focus on the company's wireless business. He will remain chairman. The new CEO, Dish Network Corp. president Erik Carlson, will report...Show More Summary

Reviewing Partial-Institution Decisions

CRFD Research v. Matal (Fed. Cir. 2017) (Iron Dome) CRFD Research v. DISH Network (Fed. Cir. 2017) Hulu, Netflix, and Spotify v. CRFD Research (Fed. Cir. 2017) CRFD’s U.S. Patent  No. 7,191,233 has been challenged in four separate Inter Partes Review petitions – three of which were granted and reached final decision. Interestingly, the three decisions […]

CBS and Dish Reach Agreement, Ending Thanksgiving Blackout

Dish Network Corp. said it reached a carriage agreement with CBS Corp. and was restoring the programmer’s stations to more than two million subscribers impacted by a three-day blackout that lasted through CBS’s Thanksgiving Day NFL game.

CBS blackout ends for 4 million Dish Network customers following Thanksgiving truce

CBS Corp. and Dish Network resolved their contentious carriage fee dispute by agreeing to a new distribution deal, restoring CBS station signals to millions of Dish customers across the country who went without CBS football on Thanksgiving. The new agreement, struck Thursday night after marathon...

Dish ends its Thanksgiving blackout of CBS

Satellite TV provider Dish Network has finally reached an agreement with broadcaster CBS over its fees, The Wall Street Journal reports. The spat between the two parties temporarily caused a three-day blackout of CBS stations, along with other stations owned by CBS. Show More Summary

Dish Network, CBS reach deal after millions miss Chargers-Cowboys game

Nearly three million customers were unable to watch the Chargers-Cowboys Thanksgiving Day game.        

CBS and Dish Reach Carriage Agreement

CBS’ blackout on Dish systems is over. CBS Corporation and Dish Network Corporation have reached a multi-year agreement for carriage of CBS owned stations across the country, as well as CBS Sports Network, as well as POP and Smithsonian Channel. Show More Summary

CBS On Carriage Dispute With Dish: “We Remain Far Apart On Terms”

UPDATED at 11:55AM PT with Dish comment: CBS says it and Dish Network “remain far apart on terms,” meaning the carriage dispute affecting customers in 18 U.S. markets could drag on, which is especially unwelcome news for football fans...Show More Summary

CBS sees no quick resolution in Dish dispute that could prevent millions from watching Chargers game

CBS Corp. sounded a pessimistic note on the eve of Thanksgiving, saying that the broadcast corporation and Dish Network “remain far apart on terms” in an increasingly contentious carriage fee dispute. CBS’ comments on Wednesday suggested there will be no quick resolution in the network’s blackout...

In CBS contract spat, Dish asks watchers to pressure advertisers

Satellite TV provider Dish Network has a long history of contract battles with broadcasters that don’t get resolved until those networks temporarily go dark on subscribers’ screens. Dish is currently sparring with CBS in such a spat over the terms of a new deal. Show More Summary

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