A federal judge indicated a tentative decision that Dish Network isn't violating copyright law in its offering of a service that allows subscribers to record primetime programs with commercials…
U.S. District Judge Laura Swain refused to issue an injunction to bar Dish Network from offering its subscribers a feature that automatically records primetime programming en masse and automatically…
The broadcast networks suffered another legal setback in their effort to stop Dish Network's automatic ad skipping feature, as an appellate panel refused to put a halt to the satcaster's service…
An federal appellate panel on Tuesday raised questions of just how different Dish Network's automatic ad-skipping feature, AutoHop, and nightly recording PrimeTime Anytime were from a regular DVR, as…
The networks' frustrations with Dish Network's ad-skipping AutoHop are apparent in the first line of a brief that Fox filed with the Ninth Circuit on Thursday.
Even with its AutoHop technology embroiled in a legal battle, Dish not only didn't back down from the content companies at a Consumer Electronics Show press conference Monday but backed up its…
In an appeal to a federal judge's ruling, Fox Broadcasting says it is not "crying wolf" about the potential disruption to the broadcast business that may come from Dish Network's DVR-like feature…
When creative thinkers come up with the latest and greatest ways to watch TV, there's often an assumption placed on the technology: They are just giving consumers what they want.
The clash between Dish and Gannett won't be the last of the satcaster's many rumbles with broadcasters: The latter are taking on AutoHop one by one as retrans renewals come up and a legal case winds…
Lawyers for Dish Network and Fox squared off in Los Angeles federal court Friday as a judge considered Fox's request for an injunction against elements of the satcaster's latest DVR service.