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'The Walking Dead' and 'Portlandia' are now on Sling TV

Subscribers to Dish Network's new over-the-top video service, Sling TV, now have a few more reasons to cut the cord. As of Wednesday, both AMC and IFC are officially available on the service. Dish announced it was adding AMC to Sling last month, and now, the channel is live on the service. Show More Summary

Sling TV Folds IFC, Sundance TV, And EPIX Into Its Program Offerings

This is the shoe that had to drop after Dish Network’s $20 a month live streaming service announced that it had struck carriage deals with AMC Networks and EPIX, the premium service co-owned by Viacom, Lionsgate, and MGM. Sling TV says today that it added IFC to its basic package, with no change in price. Show More Summary

Why Dish Network Thinks the Comcast-Time Warner Merger Is Terrible for Consumers

Dish Network's cord-cutting service could be devastated by the combination of Comcast and Time Warner.

Does Sling TV Need Apple and Sony to Succeed?

Sling TV is not accessible on the Apple TV or PlayStation 4, but Dish Network is unconcerned.

Exclusive: Sling TV's Roger Lynch on the Future of Cable

Dish Network's newest service offers cord-cutters a small bundle of channels.

2 Advantages Dish Network's New Service has Over Traditional Cable

Dish Network's new cord-cutting service, Sling TV, offers a number of advantages over traditional cable packages.

Deal Professor: How Loopholes Turned Dish Network Into a ‘Very Small Business’

Through sleight of hand and aggressive use of partners, Dish created an unfair advantage in its successful bid for wireless spectrum.

No, Fox News Didn't Cost DISH Network 90,000 Subscribers

The Fox News dispute did result in losses, but the 90,000 figure is hard to buy.

What To Expect From DISH Network Corp. Under New Management

Charlie Ergen is taking back all the titles he abandoned at DISH Network in 2011. Why does he want to be CEO again?

Verizon Annoyed By Dish's AWS-3 Bidding Tactics

Like AT&T, Verizon Wireless is upset with the tactics used by Dish Networks in the recent AWS-3 spectrum auction. It accused the firm of artificially raising prices by creating perceived demand where in fact there was none. Dish used three smaller entities to place bids in the auction, but didn't place any bids itself. Show More Summary

Dish's Ergen says Sony's OTT will be pay-TV's real disruptor

Charlie Ergen, Dish Network's chairman and incoming CEO, said that Sony's upcoming over-the-top service is going to have a larger effect on the pay-TV business because it is not an incumbent player.

Dish Breaks Some Dishes in Creating Sling TV

Jae C. Hong/Dish Network CEO Joe Clayton introduced Sling TV in January, and it went live in February. The biggest disruptor of the pay-TV industry may very well be one of the leading pay-TV providers being disrupted. Dish Network (DISH) rolled out Sling TV nationwide on Feb. Show More Summary

Artemis Is Leasing Spectrum From Dish Network To Test Fiber-Like LTE

Last summer, Dish Network filed with the FCC to allocate enough spectrum in the Bay Area to roll out some kind of service. Today, Artemis CEO Steve Perlman confirmed the startup is leasing spectrum from Dish for two years in order to “beta test” pCell technology in the real world. Read More

Promising Faster Wireless, Artemis Draws Closer With Dish Spectrum Deal

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Artemis Networks, a start-up that says it has created a technology for boosting the speed and reliability of wireless networks, said it plans to lease wireless spectrum from Dish Network to introduce a wireless Internet service in San Francisco.

Dish’s Ergen Returns to (Maybe) Challenge Phone Incumbents

Shares of satellite TV operator and wireless spectrum moguls Dish Network (DISH) are down a penny at $78.30, giving up earlier gains, after the company this morning missed slightly Q4 revenue expectations but beat handily on the bottom line, and said it may use its large spectrum holdings to challenge the incumbent wireless phone operators, but that it [...]

Dish Networks CEO to Retire

Dish Networks CEO Joe Clayton plans to retire at the end of March. Clayton will be succeeded by Dish founder and Chairman Charlie Ergen. Ergen served as Dish's CEO until 2011, when he handed daily operations of the company over to Clayton. Show More Summary

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