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May 8, 2014
06:13 EDTDISHDISH activated 639,000 gross new pay-TV subscribers
Net subscribers grew by approximately 40,000 in the first quarter. The company closed the first quarter with 14.097 million pay-TV subscribers compared to 14.092 million pay-TV subscribers at the end of first quarter 2013. Pay-TV ARPU for the first quarter totaled $82.36, an improvement over the first quarter 2013 pay-TV ARPU of $78.44. Pay-TV subscriber churn rate was 1.42% versus 1.47% for first quarter 2013. DISH added approximately 53,000 net broadband subscribers in the first quarter, bringing its broadband subscriber base to approximately 489,000.
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July 31, 2015
05:59 EDTDISHRovi price target lowered to $26 from $29 at Piper Jaffray
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July 22, 2015
19:40 EDTDISHDISH executive says auction strategy 'complied with all legal requirements'
In response to the FCC's proposal to deny roughly $3.3B in spectrum auction discounts, DISH EVP and general counsel R. Stanton Dodge stated, "We respectfully disagree with the proposed denial of the bidding credits. Our approach to the AWS-3 auction, which followed 20 years of FCC precedent and complied with all legal requirements, was intended to enhance competition -- in the auction and in the marketplace long term. Our investments in NorthStar and SNR helped make the AWS-3 auction the most successful spectrum auction in FCC history, and resulted in more than $20B of direct benefit to the American taxpayer." Reference Link
17:35 EDTDISHDISH meets with FCC, says draft order would deny $3.3B in auction discounts
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July 21, 2015
18:11 EDTDISHHarbinger Capital sues DISH over LightSquared, Reuters reports
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July 20, 2015
19:34 EDTDISHDISH customers to lose WDIV-TV Local 4
WDIV-TV Local 4 is about to go dark for all DISH (DISH) TV subscribers. WDIV and its parent organization, Graham Media Group, a subsidiary of Graham Holdings (GHC), stated, "The satellite provider has been unwilling to strike a reasonable deal with the local content provider. On Wednesday, July 22 at 7 p.m. subscribers will no longer be able to watch programs like Local 4 News, NBC's Today, NBC Nightly News, The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, Saturday Night Live, The Voice, The Blacklist, Sunday Night Football and more. DISH charges its subscribers a monthly fee to get these programs, so essentially their estimated 127,000 Detroit area customers will not be getting what they pay for. That includes important local news and weather information in emergency situations from the Local 4 News team."

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