DISH Network (DISH) is higher Friday, but Wunderlich warns that trouble could be ahead. Analyst Matthew Harrington downgraded the shares from Hold to Sell today, maintaining his $48 price target. He writes that Thursday’s rally on earnings wasn’t justified given that Dish logged a 381,000 overall video customer loss, and that its satellite and Sling TV operations also look weak.
Fears of cord cutting were stoked by an earnings report today in which Dish Network revealed that it lost a record number of TV subscribers in the second quarter, Bloomberg reports. “Dish shed 281,000 pay-TV customers in the quarter, compared...
Dish Network reported much better-than-expected earnings growth in the most recent quarter, though revenue grew less than anticipated and it had lost subscribers.
(Reuters) - U.S. satellite TV provider Dish Network Corp reported a bigger-than-expected loss in pay-TV subscribers as more consumers increasingly opt for online video-streaming services. Dish said it lost 281,000 net pay-TV subscribers...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission said on Friday that 62 bidders have made upfront payments in a forthcoming wireless spectrum auction including AT&T Inc, Verizon Communications Inc, Dish Network, T-Mobile US and Comcast Corp. Show More Summary
For years now, broadcasters have waged an unrelenting legal war on Dish network for giving consumers what they want: namely a DVR that automatically skips advertisements users weren't watching anyway. Fox, CBS and NBC Universal collectively...Show More Summary
Sling TV started as a skinny bundle of just a few cable channels. Now, it's getting a little more robust. On Thursday, DISH Network announced the addition of a variety of NBC channels to its internet TV service, including USA, Bravo,...Show More Summary
Sometimes a business dispute is about more than a business dispute. Sometimes a business dispute is a statement about our culture. Right now, the DISH network has taken the cable network WGN America off the air in a fight over whether DISH will support that network's programming. Show More Summary
Reverend Jesse L. Jackson called for Dish Network to put Tribune Broadcasting stations and WGN America back on the air, referencing slavery in regard to the network's decision to darken WGN, which boasts the critically acclaimed show "Underground." -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary
Waste management, according to Toyota’s Ryan McMullan, is the “gateway drug” to employee engagement on environmental sustainability initiatives. At Environmental Leader’s conference, McMullan, who is Toyota Motor Sale’s environmental...Show More Summary
"This is typical for Dish Network,” said Tribune
Did Tribune Media interfere with Dish Network’s customer contracts as part of the companies’ efforts to pressure each other to agree to a new program carriage deal? Dish says in a complaint at U.S. District Court in Colorado that Tribune...Show More Summary
NBCUniversal settles with Dish Network over AutoHop, Fox News and TV Eyes appeal their case and Led Zeppelin trial concludes day four. The post 3 Count: Hopping Settlement appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
On Thursday, it was reported that Dish Network would be dropping NFL Network and NFL RedZone. The contract between the satellite television provider & the NFL expired at 7 p.m. ET Thursday. Dish provides television to roughly 14 million subscribers. NFL Network had, prior to the blackout, been available to only 7 million of those customers. Dish Network […]
Dish Network Corp has dropped the National Football League-owned sports channels, NFL Network and NFL RedZone, from its programming lineup.
“Dish Network Corp. has dropped the NFL Network, the National Football League-owned channel that has exclusive rights to eight Thursday night football games,” writes our good friend Joe Flint in the Wall St. Journal. Joe’s story continues, “The channel went...
Dish Network dropped NFL Network and NFL RedZone affecting 7 million subscribers. Here's the details.
Dish Network has dropped the NFL Network and NFL RedZone in a dispute over fees it pays to carry the channels. The channels went dark at 4 p.m. Pacific time Thursday, according to a statement issued by the NFL, which owns and operates them. In a statement, Dish said: “Our contract with NFL Network...
For the first time since it signed on the air in 2003, NFL Network is dark on a pay TV provider. NFL Network may have had trouble in getting picked up with the major providers, but never experienced a blackout. Well, as of 7 p.m. ETShow More Summary
Dish Network has dropped NFL Network and NFL RedZone as of this evening at 7 PM ET, the first time it has been dropped by a service provider, the NFL-owned net says. The blackout comes at the same time the nation’s No. 2 satellite provider is embroiled carriage contract dispute with the Tribune stations. Show More Summary