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Court of Appeals Upholds DISH Hopper Ruling — Again

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    Court of Appeals Upholds DISH Hopper Ruling — Again

    The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit unanimously denied Fox Broadcasting Company's petitions to rehear the court's July 2013 rejection of Fox's efforts to bar DISH subscribers from use of the PrimeTime AnytimeTM and AutoHopTM features found on the pay-TV provider's Hopper® Whole-Home HD DVR.

    The PrimeTime Anytime feature provides consumers with the ability to easily record primetime shows on up to each of the four broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox) and save them for up to eight days. The AutoHop feature provides consumers the ability to play back certain PrimeTime Anytime recordings commercial-free, starting the day after broadcast.

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