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Dish also bid for DirecTV, SEC filing recounts

As AT&T circled DirecTV in the nearly year-long runup to its $49 billion buyout of the satellite pay TV operator, rival satellite operator Dish Network was also heavily involved through the later stages of the bidding process, not bowing out until just before the deal with AT&T was announced in May.

Report: NBCU puts Hopper suit on hold, in talks with Dish

NBCUniversal has reportedly placed a hold on its lawsuit against Dish Network over ad-skipping features in the Hopper DVR and has begun negotiations with the satellite carrier.

Dish offers to distribute carriage-starved CSN Houston a la carte

With no major carriage to speak of beyond its part owner, Comcast, nearly 21 months after it first launched, bankrupt regional sports network CSN Houston has been given an offer by Dish Network it might have to actually consider: a la carte distribution.

Rumor mill: Verizon interested in Dish Network's wireless spectrum

Verizon might not be interested in buying Dish Network but the company is very interested in snatching up the satcaster's wireless spectrum, according to a news report.

Dish Network begins shipping wireless Joey video system

Dish Network has begun shipping its Wireless Joey video distribution system, which connects to the company's Hopper whole-home DVR and up to three wireless client receivers that connect TVs to the home. The unit, which will cost customers $7 a month plus a one-time fee of $50, works just like the wired version allowing users to stream, skip, fast forward ad pause programming.

Dish sets OTT targets: 'Cord cutters, cord nevers and cord haters'

Speaking at the TV of Tomorrow Show in San Francisco Wednesday, Dish Network GM of interactive and advanced TV Adam Lowy defined the desired subscriber base for his company's soon-to-be launched OTT service as being young, digital and somewhat dissonant to traditional pay-TV services.

Free marketing and increased margins: Dish's Bitcoin decision examined

Dish Network raised plenty of eyebrows two weeks ago, when it became the biggest company ever to accept the online currency Bitcoin as legal tender. But perhaps the move shouldn't have been so surprising.

OTT households grow, while pay-TV consumers at their most miserable

Cable may still be king of media delivery, but the kingdom's subjects couldn't be more miserable, a new report shows. And while pay-TV subscribers hunt for an alternative to their current subscriptions, the number of over-the-top households continues to grow, another study found.

At $30 a sub, Dish won't make money on new OTT service, analyst predicts

Dish Network will not be able to assemble a programming package featuring higher-priced Disney channels such as ESPN and the broadcast networks for its new over-the-top programming service without breaking the $30 subscription ceiling it has set for the new venture.

Bewkes isn't worried about Dish's new OTT service

It's not going to be big enough to worry about. That was the essential message put forth by Time Warner Inc. Chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes Thursday, while talking about Dish Network's new over-the-top venture at the Sanford Bernstein Strategic Decisions conference in New York