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Dish 'Primetime Anytime' doesn't infringe on broadcasters, judge tentatively rules

A federal judge has issued a key tentative decision in favor of Dish Network in its court battle with Fox, ruling that the pay-TV operator's "Primetime Anytime" DVR feature does not infringe on the programmer's copyright.

Aereo-emboldened Fox challenges Dish on Slingbox service

Testing the legal limits of the U.S. Supreme Court's strike-down of subscription video on demand service Aereo, Fox is now challenging Dish Network's use of nine-year-old Slingbox technology.

So it begins: Fox using Aereo precedent in battle against Dish

Those who scoffed at the notion that the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling last week against Aereo was written too narrowly to affect other media technologies have been proven right--Fox is using the precedent in its two-year-old battle with Dish Network and its Hopper DVR.

Viacom, Turner, Discovery, Fox test live TV through LTE in the Netherlands

U.S. programmers and wireless carriers will likely be paying close attention to a pilot test that KPN plans to kick off on March 20 in the Netherlands, where it will use its LTE network to deliver a package of 16 live TV network to subscribers using tablets and smartphones.

Disney, Dish reportedly close to settling Hopper lawsuit

Walt Disney Co. is close to signing a broad carriage deal with Dish Network that would include terms that would see it drop a lawsuit it filed against Dish in 2011 aimed at forcing it to disable the ad-skipping technology in Dish's Hopper DVR, Bloomberg reports.

Yankees deal will give Fox 80% stake in YES, leverage with pay-TV distributors

20 th Century Fox will own an 80 percent stake in YES Network by the end of the first quarter, under an agreement with the New York Yankees that it announced late Friday.

ESPN, NBC, Fox, CBS bid for rights to NFL Thursday-night

Eight Thursday-night games distributed by NFL Network may be simulcast on ESPN, Fox, CBS or NBC as soon as next season, Reuters reported Friday.

Ad growth, carriage fee increases net gains for major content providers

Disney, Time Warner, Viacom, Fox, NBC Universal and CBS have all seen gains from ad growth and carriage fee negotiations, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Report: Fox will restrict NFL playoffs streaming video to authenticated pay TV subs

Fox Sports will only allow authenticated pay TV subscribers to watch streaming video from its coverage of the NFL playoffs, including Comcast, Cablevision and AT&T U-verse TV customers, Variety reported Friday.

Time Warner Cable adds Big Four stations to TWC TV app in Los Angeles and San Diego

Time Warner Cable subscribers in Los Angeles and San Diego, Calif., can now watch live programming from local ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC affiliates through its TWC TV app, the MSO said Friday.