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Dish’s Operational Efficiency Will Get Better Amid Aggressive Cord-Cutting

Companies such as Dish Network have experienced diminished revenue growth due to the cord-cutting trend, as they have been losing Pay-TV subscribers to online streaming services. In the wake of this trend, which is beyond the company’s control, it is imperative to adjust expenses so as to lessen the impact of falling revenues on net […]

Insider Q&A: What's hard about streaming TV online

NEW YORK (AP) — As more people watch TV over the internet, the entertainment industry has "to get on board with it," said Roger Lynch, the CEO of Sling TV. Sling, which is owned by satellite TV company Dish Network, was one of the first...Show More Summary

Mule Deer Foundation Featured on Shoot Straight TV with MDF Board Member Chad and Marsha Schearer

Salt Lake City, Utah: The Mule Deer Foundation’s (MDF) conservation efforts will be featured in an episode of Shoot Straight TV airing this week on the Pursuit Channel (Dish Network Channel 393/Direct TV Channel 604). Chad and Marsha Schearer, the hosts of Shoot Straight, joined MDF volunteers on a mule deer translocation project in February. Show More Summary

Dish Is Investing In Sports Rights For Sling TV?

Recently, Dish Network’s Sling TV signed an agreement with the regional college sports networks of the NCAA Pacific 12 conference (PAC-12) to bolster its sports offerings. Under this agreement all six PAC 12 networks will collectively offer about 800 sporting events, which can be viewed on Sling TV regardless of the location. As Dish TV […]

Dish And Tribune Broadcasting Reach Long-Term Carriage Pact

Dish Network and Tribune Broadcasting announced a long-term agreement on carriage and retransmission content today. In a joint statement, the companies said the pact would last “for years to come.” "We want to thank our viewers and customers for their patience and support as we worked through this lengthy process,” the statement reads. Show More Summary

Dish Network, Tribune agree on carriage contract, ending blackout

With the start of the NFL football season just days away, satellite TV giant Dish Network and television station owner Tribune Media have reached an agreement to end a nearly three-month feud that left millions of viewers without a favorite local TV station. The two companies on Saturday afternoon...

Sling TV looks to go national with new ad campaign

Dish Network is about to make a major push for Sling TV, its Internet-based TV service.  Sling is launching its first nationwide TV ad campaign, and its putting cable subscribers squarely in its sights.  Featuring Danny Trejo, the spots...Show More Summary

Report: Dish Network’s Streaming TV Service Might Be Cheap

Dish Network may be trying to win back cord cutters with its planned Internet TV service. A report by Bloomberg claims that the streaming video service could be cheaper than the company’s satellite offering: The company aims to offer...Show More Summary

Sling TV to offer local channels through new streaming device

2 months agoSports : Awful Announcing

Dish Network’s Sling TV has been offering skinny bundles of pay TV channels, but mostly without ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC and PBS, the traditional over the air broadcast networks. The service has been offering Local ABC, Fox and NBC feeds in...Show More Summary

Tribune Media: Dish Network Deal “Not Imminent” As Football Approaches

Dish Network subscribers shouldn’t get their hopes up that they’ll see Tribune Media’s 42 TV stations and WGN America any time soon, the broadcaster warns. The outlets went dark on Dish on June 12 after the companies failed to agreeShow More Summary

Dish introducing skinny bundle that won’t include ESPN, other major networks

3 months agoSports : Awful Announcing

The days of cord-shaving are fast upon us, and Dish Network has cast the latest blow against the traditional cable bundle. According to The Wall Street Journal, Dish will introduce a new “skinny bundle” that will exclude many marquee broadcast and cable networks, including ESPN. Show More Summary

Dish Readying Skinny Bundle Without Broadcasters and Sports Nets in Basic Package

Dish Network, which is scrambling to appeal to budget-minded viewers as its subscriber losses mount, is preparing to roll out a new “skinny bundle,” Variety reports. The Flex Pack will have about 50 channels and will start at $29.99 a...

Dish introduces trimmed-down $29 cable pack

Dish Network is trying to please cord-cutters by tempting them to keep the cord. The satellite TV company is offering a "skinny" version of its traditional TV package for about half the price of its current plans.  The service is the...Show More Summary

Not a sports fan? Dish Network lets subscribers drop ESPN, cutting prices

Dish Network is offering a new “skinny” bundle of about 50 cable channels that doesn't include ESPN and some other sports channels, giving people who don't care about sports a way to save money on TV without joining the ranks of “cord cutters.”  Sports channels are among the most expensive for...

Breaking up the bundle? Dish relegates ESPN to an add-on

NEW YORK (AP) — Dish Network is offering a new "skinny" bundle of about 50 cable channels that doesn't include ESPN and some other sports channels, giving people who don't care about sports a way to save money on TV without joining the...Show More Summary

Dish now offers sub-$50 skinny pay-TV bundle

Satellite TV service Dish Network is trimming the size of its programming bundle.        

NFL Network, Dish Reach New Carriage Deal, Ending Fee Dispute

Satellite TV operator Dish Network Corp said on Wednesday that it has struck a new carriage agreement with the National Football League's NFL Network and NFL Redzone channels, ending a disagreement over distribution fees.

NFL Network and NFL RedZone now back on Dish systems

3 months agoSports : Awful Announcing

After a 50-day dispute, Dish Network and the NFL have settled their differences and as of this week, NFL Network and its companion RedZone are back on the satellite provider. As it was with most content provider-pay TV disputes, it was over the per subscriber fee. Show More Summary

Entrepreneur claims Dish, Sling TV exploit his tech

BOSTON — A Colorado company is suing Dish Network Corp. and its streaming subsidiary, Sling TV, claiming the satellite TV company violates patented technology created 20 years ago to stream digital content online. Two-Way Media has won settlements in previous lawsuits against content delivery company Akamai Technologies Inc. Show More Summary

DirecTV, Dish, Comcast will broadcast delayed NBC’s Rio Olympics coverage in 4K

3 months agoSports : Awful Announcing

Ultra HDTV owners, rejoice. So long as you have DirecTV, Dish Network, or Comcast, you will be able to watch 83 hours of NBC Olympics coverage in 4K Ultra HD. There’s just one catch: it won’t be live. 4K offerings will include the Opening Ceremonies and Closing Ceremonies as well as events such as swimming, track & field, basketball, and judo. Show More Summary

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