Sony's TV package could cost over $60 per month, while Dish's low-cost plan may exclude basic channels
Cord cutter and "cord nevers" are still willing to pay for content, so Dish Network is prepping its own OTT streaming service, and just locked in content from Scripps.
Current ESPN channels won't be part of any Netflix-style subscription model
Fox had cited the Supreme Court's ruling against online TV provider Aereo in its effort to get an injection against Dish Network's place shifting service. But an appeals court upheld a U.S. District Court judge's rejection of that request.
Fox is fighting in court with Dish over the latter's Dish Anywhere service, and the TV network thinks the Supreme Court's ruling against Aereo gives it fresh ammo.
Because that's what everyone has been asking for, right?
What does Dish plan to do with its nifty new live-streaming capabilities?
The satellite TV maker unveiled a slew of add-ons to its set-top box DVR, aimed at letting you watch your favorite TV shows just about anywhere.
You'll have to jump through some hoops to make it work, but an update to Dish's iOS and Android apps will let you view shows stored on your DVR when you're out and about.
Parent company Dish Network says it will use the Blockbuster brand for other video services.