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January 16, 2014
10:48 EDTDISH, ENT, LUVDISH, Southwest extend partnership, promotion
DISH (DISH) and Southwest Airlines (LUV) announced they are extending their partnership and the “TV Flies Free” promotion. Through December 31, 2014, DISH will provide Southwest Customers using iOS, Android and most other Internet-ready devices free access to TV channels and on-demand shows on the airline’s Wi-Fi-enabled aircraft. Onboard access to live TV, on-demand programming and Wi-Fi connectivity is delivered by Southwest’s satellite-based inflight entertainment and connectivity partner, Row 44, a subsidiary of Global Eagle Entertainment (ENT). As part of the extension, DISH will continue offering new customers who sign up for the Hopper and a qualified programming package, 12,500 points in the Southwest Airlines Rapid Rewards program and the choice of a free iPad Mini.
News For DISH;LUV;ENT From The Last 14 Days
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November 21, 2014
12:22 EDTDISHTurner, DISH restore channel service, extend carriage
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06:18 EDTDISHDISH price target raised to $94 from $79 at Citigroup
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05:44 EDTDISHCBS has upper-hand in dispute with DISH, says Piper Jaffray
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November 20, 2014
18:21 EDTDISHCBS consents to short term extension on DISH negotiations, Bloomberg says
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09:08 EDTDISHDISH CEO looking to boost shares for T-Mobile bid, Fox Business reports
DISH (DISH) CEO Charles Ergen is buying more spectrum in an attempt to boost his company’s share price ahead of a potential T-Mobile (TMUS) takeover bid, Charles Gasparino of Fox Business reports, citing sources.
06:37 EDTDISHCBS, DISH share downside limited with blackout, says Citigroup
Citigroup sees limited share downside for both CBS (CBS) and DISH (DISH) should a blackout result in the companies not renewing their carriage agreement, which expires today. Citi notes shares of CBS are down 3% since the press started reporting about the tenuous negotiations. It estimates CBS' equity value could fall 2% with a blackout, thus it believes the impact is already priced in. Further, Citi sees a minimal impact to DISH from a potential CBS blackout. The firm keeps Buy ratings on both stocks.
06:18 EDTDISHStocks with implied volatility movement; DISH GDX
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November 19, 2014
17:28 EDTLUVSouthwest CEO says likely to gain customers due to JetBlue bag fees
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17:28 EDTLUVSouthwest CEO says will not charge for checked bags going forward
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16:31 EDTDISHOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
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13:10 EDTDISHDISH, Globalstar climb as wireless spectrum bids reportedly jump
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13:06 EDTDISHDeutsche Telekom CEO says T-Mobile could again attract suitors, Bloomberg says
Bloomberg quotes Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) CEO Timotheus Hoettges speaking in interview as having said that T-Mobile (TMUS) could attract interest from suitors such as Comcast (CMCSA), DISH (DISH) or America Movil (AMOV, AMX).
07:19 EDTDISHSpectrum auction positive for DISH, Globalstar, says JPMorgan
JPMorgan notes the AWS-3 spectrum auction continued on Tuesday with the aggregate value of licenses with bids at $16.4B, up from Monday's $8.9B and compared to the reserve price of $10.6B that the FCC set for the entire auction. The firm views the rise in prices as negative for telecom carriers that are spending more than expected, namely AT&T (T) and Verizon (VZ), and possibly T-Mobile (TMUS) and US Cellular. It views the prices as positive for independent spectrum owners like DISH (DISH) and Globalstar (GSAT), as well as tower companies American Tower (AMT), SBA Communications (SBAC) and Crown Castle (CCI).
November 11, 2014
07:50 EDTLUVSouthwest price target raised to $44 from $38 at UBS
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06:29 EDTLUVSouthwest expects to raise capacity by 6% in 2015, WSJ reports
Southwest expects to boost its capacity by 6% in 2015 due growth mostly from adding more seats to its planes and flying longer distances, reports the Wall Street Journal. Of the growth, nearly 3% will come from increased from in and out of Love Field in Dallas and another 2% of next year's growth will come mostly from expanded flights from Washington's Reagan National Airport. Reference Link
November 10, 2014
14:01 EDTLUVSouthwest announces plans to serve fourth destination in Mexico
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08:46 EDTLUVSouthwest reports October RPMs up 4.4% to 9B
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