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March 18, 2013
07:41 EDTDISH, NWSADISH defends Hopper DVR against Fox claim, Variety reports
A report from last night explained that Dish Network (DISH) is defending its Hopper DVR against Fox's (NWSA) claim by saying the Hopper uses the same technology as Slingbox, according to Variety. Reference Link
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September 2, 2015
09:23 EDTNWSANews Corp announces management changes at News UK
News Corp (NWSA) announced leadership changes at News UK, with the appointment of Rebekah Brooks as CEO, David Dinsmore as COO, and Tony Gallagher as Editor-in-Chief of The Sun, Britain's largest selling daily newspaper. Brooks will replace Mike Darcey, who is departing as CEO after three years in the post, during which time he stabilised the company and showed leadership in developing digital models for newspaper properties and oversaw the transition to mobile formats. Rebekah Brooks is returning to a post that she held four years ago, and will have added responsibilities for the acquisition and development of digital properties. She has been working closely with the team at Storyful, the world's first and most successful video news agency, which supplies many companies, including Facebook (FB) and Vice. David Dinsmore became Editor of The Sun in June, 2013, following a long history at the newspaper, including working as Managing Editor and helping launch The Sun on Sunday. Tony Gallagher has been Deputy Editor of the Daily Mail since 2014, after serving as Editor of the Daily Telegraph since 2009.
06:51 EDTDISHViacom investors concerned about DISH talks, falling ratings, NY Post reports
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August 30, 2015
19:40 EDTNWSAU.K. newspaper groups to launch GBP3M joint ad campaign, Guardian says
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19:30 EDTNWSAU.K. weighs phone hacking charges against News Corp., AP says
England's Crown Prosecution Service has received a "full file of evidence for consideration of corporate liability charges" from British police related to the 2011 phone hack scandal at News Corp.'s News of the World, reports the Associated Press. Reference Link
18:39 EDTNWSARebekah Brooks to return as News Corp. U.K. CEO, FT says
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August 28, 2015
06:28 EDTNWSAProsecutor wants to summon Murdoch, others in Deutsche Bank case, Reuters says
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August 26, 2015
18:47 EDTDISHDISH, Sinclair Broadcast reach agreement, form basis for long-term deal
DISH Network (DISH) announced that it and Sinclair Broadcast Group (SBGI) have reached an agreement in principle "that will form the basis of a long-term retransmission consent agreement" for carriage of Sinclair's local channels in 79 markets nationwide. Restoration of Sinclair signals to DISH's system is underway. "We are grateful for the FCC's work on behalf of consumers to actively broker a productive path forward," said DISH, adding that it is asking the Federal Communications Commission to stay action on DISH's verified amended and restated retransmission complaint and request for preliminary injunctive relief as the long-term agreement is being finalized. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
18:24 EDTDISHSinclair Broadcast, DISH reach retransmission consent pact in principal
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12:44 EDTDISHFCC Chairman Wheeler says to convene emergency meeting with DISH, Sinclair
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05:30 EDTDISHDISH renews formal complaint with FCC against Sinclair Broadcast
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05:17 EDTDISHDISH says Sinclair Broadcast chooses to initiate channel blackout
Despite reaching an agreement on rates and all other terms for the carriage of the Sinclair local stations, DISH (DISH) said that this afternoon Sinclair Broadcast Group (SBGI) chose to begin the largest local channel blackout in the history of television, blocking DISH customers' access to 129 local channels in 79 markets across 36 states and the District of Columbia, and intentionally harming and exploiting millions of innocent consumers to gain negotiating leverage for carriage of an unrelated cable channel that it hopes to acquire but does not own today. Warren Schlichting, DISH senior vice president of programming, said, "Sinclair rejected our extension offer and has chosen to use innocent consumers as pawns to gain leverage for the economic benefit of Sinclair, while causing substantial harm and disruption to the lives of consumers." DISH and Sinclair had been making steady progress in their recent negotiations, and DISH was hopeful that they would come to a mutual agreement to renew carriage of the Sinclair local stations. In that spirit, DISH offered another short-term contract extension to Sinclair that would include a retroactive "true-up" when new rates were agreed upon, and would preserve the ability of DISH customers to access the Sinclair local stations while our negotiations continued. The "true-up" would ensure that Sinclair was made whole at the new rates for the period of any contract extension. Rather than accept DISH's good faith offer, Sinclair Broadcast Group chose to begin the largest local channel blackout in the history of television, blocking DISH customers' access to 129 local channels in 79 markets, and intentionally harming and exploiting millions of innocent consumers to gain negotiating leverage for carriage of an unrelated cable channel that it hopes to acquire but does not own today.
August 23, 2015
15:40 EDTNWSANews Corp. eyeing advertising technology start-up, Telegraph says
Former News International CEO Rebekah Brooks has returned to News Corp. and is working on a deal to acquire a U.K.-based advertising technology start-up, reports the Telegraph, citing finance sources. Reference Link

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