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Aug 18 2016 07:07 AM
18Posted By: News Feed
DISH Endorses Sinclair and NAB Free Antenna Giveaway
Today, DISH endorsed Sinclair Broadcast Group, the National Association of Broadcasters, Antennas Direct and TVfreedom.org for their "Broadcast TV Liberation Tour" that is raising consumer awareness of free over-the-air (OTA) local TV. Antennas Direct reports it has handed out $1 million in free OTA antennas in 60 cities.
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DISH has embraced this approach having distributed $7 million worth of OTA antennas to affected customers this summer since Tribune Broadcasting blacked out its stations from DISH customers on June 12.
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Aug 04 2016 07:04 AM
4Posted By: News Feed
Finally, a Skinny Bundle! ‘Don't Watch, Don't Pay' with DISH's New Flex Pack
ENGLEWOOD, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Today DISH launched a new way to package and purchase pay-TV. The Flex Pack skinny bundle debuts at $39.99 per month with a core package of programming consisting of more than 50 channels and the choice of one of eight themed channel packs. Customers can add and remove as many channel packs as they would like each month to best suit their entertainment needs. Individual packs feature local broadcast networks, kids, national and regional action and general entertainment, and range in price from $4 to $10 per month.
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Jul 28 2016 10:48 AM
28Posted By: News Feed
DISH to Present NBCUniversal's Coverage of 2016 Rio Olympics, Including 4K Content and Other Enhancements
ENGLEWOOD, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- DISH Network L.L.C. in agreement with NBCUniversal today announced multiple features that will help viewers get the most out of NBCUniversal's multi-platform coverage of the Games of the XXXI Olympiad from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, including the upcoming availability of a new, dedicated linear channel broadcast on DISH in 4K. DISH video subscribers will also have access to NBCUniversal's unprecedented 6,755 hours of Olympic programming, including coverage of all competition sessions, on-demand.