So, you’ve chosen to go with a satellite television provider. Check out our quick rundown of what both Dish Network and DirecTV offer in terms of content, hardware, and pricing, and why you might choose them over streaming services.
Proving that picking up the phone can indeed be useful, the CBS blackout that resulted as a result of a feud between Dish Network and the network has finally come to an end. An announcement was made Thursday.
Dish Network and Fox Sports have penned a deal that will allow the satellite TV provider to air 4K NCAA college football games beginning this weekend. The first 4K game will be the University of Oklahoma versus Baylor Unversity.
Amazon and Dish Network might team up to offer cellular service to premium customers, according to the Wall Street Journal. The effort would likely dovetail on the retailer's Prime Exclusive Phones program, which offers discounted devices…
Tired of overpriced hotel entertainment? Fear not -- Dish Network's new Evolve streaming box integrates live TV, Chromecast tech, Google Play streaming apps, and more in one place, and it's aimed at your next hotel room.
Satellite TV provider Dish Network was ordered by a U.S. judge to pay a record $280 million in penalties for violating do-not-call rules in four states. It must also agree to have its telemarketing efforts supervised for 20 years.
Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Dish Network is running a promotion offering its HopperGo pocket DVR for free to new sign-ups. The HopperGo allows them to take up to 100 hours of content with them anywhere they may go.
Dish Network’s Hopper 3 is already one of the most full-featured DVRs on the market, and now it’s getting even better with the addition of YouTube, including the ability to cast videos from mobile devices to your TV.
After reports of an upcoming AirTV first surfaced earlier this year, it essentially disappeared. Now, it has once again made an appearance, and this time it has a price and release date, which is sooner than you may have guessed.
Dish Network and the NFL reached a deal last week, ending the blackout of the NFL Network and RedZone for subscribers to the satellite TV provider. Now Dish has announced the channels are live on Sling TV.
Dish is looking to bring back subscribers who are leaving its satellite service behind with its new Flex Pack skinny bundle package, which starts at $40 per month. Add-on packages are an additional $4 to $10 per month.
Dish is already busy battling Tribune Media over fees for its channels. Now, it has dropped both the NFL Network and NFL RedZone after negotiations between the satellite provider and the league fell through on Thursday.
Earlier this week it seemed that Dish customers were bound to lose several channels due to a breakdown in talks between the company and Viacom. Now a new deal has been reached that sees Dish keeping them and new channels coming to Sling TV.