Dish chairman Charlie Ergen criticized wireless phone company T-Mobile over its plans to shut down an older-generation network.
The FCC says two partner companies didn’t qualify for $3.3 billion in discounts.
A blank-check company established by the founder and current chairman of Dish Network has cut downsized its IPO.
Charlie Ergen’s CONX Corp is hoping to raise $1 billion through an initial public offering for an unspecified future merger.
YouTube TV pulled nearly two dozen regional sports networks after its deal with Sinclair expired.
An AT&T executive reiterated his company’s desire to offload satellite pay TV service DirecTV less than five years after the telecommunications giant acquired the service.
Dish’s chairman said the company was able to save money by dropping 16 Fox-branded RSNs last year.
Dish Network’s chairman said it’s likely inevitable that his company and AT&T’s DirecTV would merge in the future.
FOX News’ holiday ratings were down, but a closer examination show this to be the norm, not an effect of the Dish Network dispute.