Charlie Ergen, the brash entrepreneurial founder of Dish Network, will take over as CEO of the satcaster following the retirement of president and CEO Joe Clayton in March. Dish announced Monday that…
Dish Network has found a high-octane route around the Big Four networks' ban on ads for its controversial Hopper DVR service, which has sparked litigation between the satcaster and the broadcasters.
CBS is asking the courts to invalidate its retransmission consent agreement with Dish in a new filing Tuesday that accuses the satcaster of hiding its intent to launch AutoHop.
Blockbuster will shutter another 300 of its stores, or 35%, as parent Dish Network seeks ways to breathe new life into the video rental chain.
While Dish Network's execs have been exchanging barbs with broadcasters over its commercial-skipping DVRs, one unexpected victim wound up in the middle of the war of words: CNET.
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…
The broadcast networks are seeing challenges to their business model from high-tech invaders both big and small this week.
The family that slays together pays together in "Killer Joe," a nasty little Texas noir that transfers Tracy Letts' 1993 play from page to screen with generally gripping results before devolving into…
Charlie Ergen's resignation on Monday as CEO of satcaster Dish Network came as a shock to Wall Street, but it may be he simply wants to figure out where Dish is headed.
An overlong and underwhelming trifle obviously intended as a femme version of a boys-gone-wild comedy.