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  1. Dish, Turner Agree to Extension to Bring Back CNN After Latest Carriage Dispute

    9:20 am 11/21/2014

    The suite of cable nets returns to the carrier after a month of darkness Read more

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  2. CBS, Dish Agree to Short-Term Contract Extension

    3:34 pm 11/20/2014

    The companies avoided what could have been a blackout if 14 local CBS stations in some of the biggest markets in the country were to go darkRead more

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  3. CBS Accuses Dish Network of "Dragging Its Feet" During Contract Negotiations

    12:36 pm 11/18/2014

    The network has been running ads warning Dish customers they might lose live NFL gamesRead more

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  4. CBS Warns Viewers That It Might Go Dark on Dish Network

    4:45 am 11/17/2014

    CBS' current agreement with Dish ends ThursdayRead more

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  5. Third-Quarter Pay TV Sub Losses Rise Amid Satellite Declines

    4:17 am 11/7/2014

    Satellite TV "appears to have hit a wall," telecom gains have slowed, but cable had its best year-over-year showing since 2009, says one analystRead more

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  6. Dish Subscribers, Earnings Drop in Third Quarter

    12:20 am 11/4/2014

    Company chairman Charlie Ergen belittles Turner Broadcasting in the midst of a carriage disputeRead more

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  7. DISH Gets Scripps Networks Rights for Online Video Service

    5:17 am 9/16/2014

    The companies extend a carriage deal with expanded digital rightsRead more

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  8. DirecTV Reportedly Close to NFL Sunday Ticket Extension

    10:14 am 8/25/2014

    The satellite TV giant would retain exclusive rights to the popular football package into the next decadeRead more

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  9. Dish Loses Fewer Subs, Boosts Financials in Second Quarter

    3:15 am 8/6/2014

    The satellite TV giant, led by chairman Charlie Ergen, swung to a second-quarter profit.Read more

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  10. New A+E Networks-Dish Deal Includes Over-the-Top Streaming Rights

    8:36 am 8/5/2014

    The new OTT rights will give customers access to content through a "future multistream subscription service of linear and video-on-demand content."Read more

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