Using its 700 MHz E Block spectrum, DISH deployed on Spectrum Co.'s Garland, Texas, SFN site, as part of the a Next Gen TV test.
While TV broadcasters might not yet be ready to deliver 4K HDR over the air, DISH is champing at the bit to take advantage of NBCU’s 4K HDR coverage of the Winter Olympics from PyeongChang, South Korea, and will offer up to three such events per day on a delayed basis.
Dish Network today announced high-level management moves aimed at giving the company’s CEO a greater opportunity to focus on its emerging wireless business.
Dish customers can now go hands free when watching TV thanks to added support of Amazon’s Alexa voice control to all Hopper “Joey” clients.
Gameday is getting a boost for Dish customers, as the pay-TV provider has announced that it will broadcast one 4K college football game a week courtesy of Fox Sports’ FS1.
A federal court has upheld the FCC’s ruling that Dish had de facto control over AWS-3 winning bidders SNR and Northstar, allowing the FCC to deny designated entity bidding credits to the companies.
Dish and Amazon have teamed up to allow viewers to go hands-free with their TVs.
T-Mobile was the big winner in the recently concluded TV spectrum incentive auction, followed by Dish and Comcast, according to Marci Ryvicker, senior analyst at Wells Fargo.
The ongoing blackout between Tribune and Dish could soon effect the upcoming NFL season, at least for one market
The NFL Network is no longer part of the Dish Network team, as the National Football League-owned channel announced that as of Thursday, June 16, at 7 p.m. ET the NFL Network and NFL RedZone have been dropped by Dish Network’s satellite distribution system.
Tribune’s blackout of its 42 local stations and WGN America across 33 Dish markets continues, as Tribune says that it has not heard anything from Dish in regards to negotiating a new contract.