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  • February 5, 2014
    Jenna McMullin
    What can cross mountains, leap over valleys and deliver radio, video and information in a single bounding beam? Why, satellite Internet broadband, of course. The technical advances and service advantages of satellite Internet broadband were on display near the Colorado State Capitol Jan. 29 as part of an informational event led by the Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association for Colorado lawmakers.more...
  • January 31, 2014
    John Tagle
    DISH knows how to deliver TV anywhere, anytime. And although people don’t usually associate TV with blue skies and fresh air, between tailgating, RVing and camping, television has found a place outdoors. With these outdoor enthusiasts in mind, DISH’s programming is compatible with six unique HD TV portable satellite antennas.more...
  • January 6, 2014
    Jenna McMullin
    With more than 250 channels to choose from, up to 2,000 hours of DVR recordings and thousands more on-demand selections, what’s the best way to find out what’s on? Jimshade Chaudhari, director of DISH video product management, wants to help you tune in. He joined a panel of experts at the 2nd Screen Summit at CES this afternoon in Las Vegas to talk about making the discovery experience easier, and how DISH subscribers are enjoying their programs on the go.more...
  • January 5, 2014
    Danielle Johnson
    We just wrapped our final rehearsal and are ready for the big show. In case you haven’t heard what all the hubbub’s about, the 2014 International CES is a global consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow that takes place each year in Las Vegas, Nev. Check out DISH’s 2014 CES news conference tomorrow at 11 a.m. PT for cutting-edge product announcements. Ways to watch: Be there in person at the Mandalay Bay South Seas Ballroom F Stream it live from CNET.com Visit @DISHNews for livemore...
  • December 10, 2013
    Danielle Johnson
    Earlier this year, DISH initiated a successful partnership with Reworx to recycle the pay-TV provider’s electronic equipment and create second chances.more...
  • November 25, 2013
    Jimshade Chaudhari, DISH Director of Product Management
    At DISH, we are continually improving our existing products while developing new offerings. Over the past year, we have made several updates to our Hopper® Whole-Home HD DVR that enhance the viewing experience. Last week, we announced the latest Hopper® Whole-Home HD DVR Update: “Denver.” It’s the fifth in a line of enhancements to Hopper’s software, each one improving on our existing products and enhancing the viewing experience. Each of our significant Hopper updates this year bears the namemore...
  • October 29, 2013
    Danielle Johnson
    Earlier this year, DISH and Southwest began providing free access to live TV and on-demand shows on Wi-Fi enabled aircrafts via most Internet-ready devices.Didn’t travel with one of these gadgets? No problem.Today, DISH kicked off its “Watch TV on the Fly” iPad 2 libraries for Southwest customers flying between Chicago-Midway (MDW), Denver (DEN) and Oakland (OAK). Passengers can now check out an iPad 2 at their departure airport to view DISH’s programming on Southwest Wi-Fi flights.Check out amore...
  • October 15, 2013
    John Tagle
    DISH aims to provide customers with cutting-edge products and outstanding service – all while working to build an environmentally conscious operation. On Oct. 2, these efforts in sustainability were recognized at the 2013 Green Fleet Conference where Abe Stephenson, a senior manager in DISH’s DNS department, was named a Sustainability All-Star. Stephenson and his team were recognized for the development of a green vehicle fleet used by DISH technicians responsible for in-home customermore...
  • October 9, 2013
    Danielle Johnson
    It takes good people to run a leading business in a dynamic industry.more...
  • September 26, 2013
    Danielle Johnson
    We consistently push the latest info on DISH’s cutting-edge technology, but rarely discuss what happens to older products replaced by new and improved models. To keep prices low for customers and avoid excess waste, DISH receivers have an average lifespan of seven years. Once the gig is up, it’s time for a receiver to be removed from the rotation, but that doesn’t mean it heads to the trash. Through relationships with several electronics recyclers, DISH is able to keep almost all of itsmore...