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.
Dish Network has made a series of software upgrades to its DVRs embedded with the controversial AutoHop feature, raising speculation that the satcaster is trying to bolster its legal positioning…
A New York judge declined to issue a ruling Monday regarding whether a case that centers on AutoHop, Dish Network's new ad-skipping feature, will be tried in Gotham or Los Angeles, but the judge said…
A New York federal judge has at least temporarily put the brakes on the broadcast networks' efforts to halt a Dish Network service that allows its customers to automatically skip through commercials.
If the ability to strip commercials from TV series becomes commonplace, the investment firm noted, the consequences could range from increased product placement to cord-cutting.
The broadcast networks are seeing challenges to their business model from high-tech invaders both big and small this week.
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