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Dish Network's Budget Streaming Plan Could Serve An Entire Household -- If Everyone Watches The Same Channel

That’s one of the details Dish Network chairman Charlie Ergen dropped today about his widely anticipated personal streaming service, which he says will launch by the end of the year. 403 more words


Biggest Winners and Losers 7 October 2013

This is the biggest winner and losers of the October 7th 2013.  Many big losers and no big winners for today.  The DJI lose 164,34 points to close at 14 936,24. 38 more words


DISH Network Service Affected by Contract Dispute

DISH Network‘s inability to reach an agreement with Alabama-based broadcasting company Raycom Media has left many customers without access to Columbus, Georgia’s ABC and Fox affiliate stations. 275 more words

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U.S. 9th Circuit Court Supports Legality of DISH Network's Hopper

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals recently upheld a decision made by a lower court that DISH Network’s Hopper DVR is a legal service. Fox requested an injunction against the Hopper due to its ability to automatically skip commercials when recording primetime TV, a feature which DISH calls AutoHopping. 259 more words

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Meet Charlie Ergen, Dish's billionaire co-founder and buccaneer dealmaker of 2013

In a remarkably bold move, US satellite TV provider Dish Network today began a campaign to supplant Softbank’s planned deal for Sprint Nextel with its own $25.5 billion acquisition of Sprint. 404 more words

Former Sirius CEO Joseph Clayton Takes Over The Reins From Ergen At DISH

Satellite TV and video-on-demand company DISH Network this morning announced today that Joseph P. Clayton has been named the company’s president and chief executive officer and has been appointed to its board of directors, effective June 20, 2011. 110 more words


The Fifteen Most Hated American Companies Of 2010

Customers, employees, shareholders and taxpayers hate large corporations for many reasons. 24/7 Wall St. reviewed many of these to choose the 15 most hated companies in America. 2,121 more words