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Dish Taking Away Users’ Right To Sue Company In Court. Here’s How To Opt Out

Over the weekend, a number of Consumerist readers wrote to us with the bad news that, like a growing number of companies, Dish Network is updating its terms of use to strip customers of their right to dispute legal claims in a court of law. There is a way for Dish subscribers to opt out of this restriction — but … [More]

Sinclair and Dish Settle Their Differences, Ending ‘One of the Largest Blackouts in History’

After a blackout that saw the Sinclair Broadcast Group TV stations go dark on Dish Network systems for a short period of time amid a contentious carriage dispute, the two companies have come to terms, TVNewsCheck reports. Sinclair announced Wednesday...

Dish Network & Sinclair End Blackout, No Retransmission Deal Yet

They pulled the plug last night, more than 150 stations went dark across the nation in the biggest such blackout ever and then they fought out in public who’s fault it was. The Federal Communications Commission and its chair Tom Wheeler even stepped in. Show More Summary

FCC Hopes To Resolve Largest TV Blackout In U.S. History

6 days agoNews : The Two-Way

The Federal Communications Commission called a meeting with Dish Network and Sinclair Broadcasting Group. A dispute between the companies has blocked major channels for over five million people.

Sinclair Stations Blacked Out on Dish Network as War of Words Heats Up

As executives for Dish Network and Sinclair Broadcast Group traded accusations amid a rancorous carriage dispute, Sinclair’s stations were pulled from the Dish system, reports. The move affects Sinclair’s 150-plus stations in 79 markets nationwide, the report notes. Meanwhile,...

Hundreds Of Local Channels Go Dark For Millions Of Dish Subscribers In Latest TV Blackout Fight

Dish Network subscribers may have a hard time getting their local news and weather today along with some of their favorite network programming. A contract dispute between the satellite TV company and one of the biggest network owners in the country has resulted in one of the biggest TV blackouts to date, with 5 million viewers losing access to nearly … [More]

BLACKOUT: Dish Subscribers In 36 States Lose Access To Nearly 130 Stations

(Reuters) - Dish Network Corp said subscribers have lost access to more than 100 local stations due to a distribution dispute with Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc, affecting viewers of a string of ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC channels. Dish said...Show More Summary

Sinclair Broadcast's 150-Plus Channels Go Dark on Dish Network

The stalemate comes after the pair had recently reached a deal on retransmission fees. read more

Sinclair Stations Go Dark On Dish Network

BREAKING: Nine days after Sinclair Broadcast Group and Dish Network extended their deadline for a retransmission agreement, the company’s 150-plus stations are gone from the satcaster in 79 markets nationwide. Maryland-basaed Sinclair’s...Show More Summary

What Happens If Dish Decides To Drop Viacom?

Viacom’s stock has plunged around 25% so far in August. This can partly be attributed to June quarter earnings and more recently to the concerns over carriage renewal with Dish Network. Viacom has been aggressive on investing in original programming, especially after the massive ratings decline that the company has seen in the recent quarters. Show More Summary

FCC Denies Dish $3.3 Billion in Auction Discounts

The FCC has officially and unanimously rejected Dish Network's $3.3 billion in AWS-3 spectrum auction discounts. Dish used three smaller companies, in which it owned an 85% stake each, to place bids on its behalf. The smaller companies,...Show More Summary

FCC Votes to Deny $3.3 Billion in Discounts Sought by Dish Network

The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously to deny discounts sought by two small partners of Dish Network in an airwaves auction earlier this year.

FCC says Dish can't use $3.3B in credits in airwaves auction

NEW YORK (AP) — The Federal Communications Commission said Monday that Dish Network Corp. can't apply $3.3 billion in small-business credits toward the purchase of airwaves it gained in a government auction. The government sells spectrum to carriers like AT&T and Verizon so they can add more capacity for wireless Internet. [...]Show More Summary

Why We Are Revising Dish Network’s Price Estimate To $74

Dish Network reported its second quarter earnings recently. During the earnings call, CEO Charlie Ergen conceded that Dish's future plans might be severely affected if the FCC cancels the $3.3 billion discount the company received in the AWS-3 spectrum auction. Show More Summary

Sinclair Broadcast, Dish Network Reach Deal

The companies' previous agreement had been set to expire on Wednesday. read more

Dish & Sinclair Stand-Off Could Darken 153 Local Channels, Dish Says

Dish Network Corp. says its customers stand to lose access to more than 150 local channels in 79 markets across the country if a stand-off with Sinclair Broadcast Group leads to a blackout. Dish filed a complaint Saturday with the U.S. Show More Summary

Dish exploring next steps as it awaits airwaves discount decision

(Reuters) – Dish Network is figuring out next steps as it awaits a decision by U.S. regulators on its eligibility for a discount in a recent airwaves auction, executives said on Wednesday, after the company posted a significantly higher-than-expected quarterly profit. Federal Communications Commission officials told Dish last month that a staff review of the […]

Dish Network CEO Plays Down Chances of Entering Wireless Industry

Dish Network Chief Executive Charlie Ergen on Wednesday gave his most downbeat outlook yet on the satellite provider’s prospects for entering the wireless industry.

Dish Network beats Q2 earnings, but subs down

Dish Network beat Wall Street Q2 estimates on earnings and revenue, but subscribers fell.        

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