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  1. Dish Loses 81,000 Pay TV Subs in 2015

    2:36 am 2/18/2016

    The Charlie Ergen-led company posted a slightly bigger subscriber decline than in 2014 despite the inclusion of Sling TV customers. Read more

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  2. CES: Dish Network's Sling TV Adds ESPN3, Unveils New Interface

    3:51 pm 1/5/2016

    Dish also announced the HopperGO, which stores DVR recordings for customers to watch on smartphones and tablets. Read more

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  3. Netflix Strikes Pay TV Integration Deal in Canada

    7:23 am 12/16/2015

    Bell TV has put the 'House of Cards' streamer on its Fibe TV service via a set-top box app. Read more

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  4. Dish Loses More Pay TV Subs in Third Quarter, Earnings Rise

    1:11 am 11/9/2015

    The Charlie Ergen-led company lost 23,000 net pay TV subscribers, compared with a year-ago loss of 12,000.Read more

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  5. Tegna Stations Return to Dish After Blackout

    12:21 pm 10/11/2015

    The companies announced on Sunday that the agreement will be effective immediately.Read more

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  6. Sinclair Broadcast's 150-Plus Channels Go Dark on Dish Network

    8:15 pm 8/25/2015

    The stalemate comes after the pair had recently reached a deal on retransmission fees.Read more

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  7. Sinclair Broadcast, Dish Network Reach Deal

    8:04 am 8/16/2015

    The companies' previous agreement had been set to expire Wednesday.Read more

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  8. Do Dish and T-Mobile Need Each Other?

    3:25 pm 6/4/2015

    In what would directly impact Hollywood, this sort of consolidation means more bargaining power when licensing content.Read more

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  9. Dish Network and T-Mobile Talking Merger (Report)

    10:34 pm 6/3/2015

    Dish CEO Charlie Ergen would become the combined company's chairman with T-Mobile chief John Legere serving as CEO.Read more

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  10. Dish Network Loses Subscribers But Beats Earnings Predictions

    9:13 am 5/11/2015

    The satellite TV provider said it earned 76 cents per share, crushing analysts' predictions of 41 cents.Read more

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