The Texas town formerly known as Clark has been officially renamed "Dish" as part of a re-branding effort from the Dish Network. (opens in new tab) As part of the deal, EchoStar's Dish Network will provide every household in the city limits America's Top 60 programming package for 10 years, free standard installation and a free digital video recorder satellite TV receiver. The name change is a legal one, and the town will update town signs to reflect the town's new identity, including the signs at the town hall, the town entrance and the city limit signs.
Dish, first incorporated as a town named Clark in 2000, has a population of 125 people and is a rural agricultural and ranching community as well as a bedroom community for commuters working in the Fort Worth area.
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