August 26th, 2013
The content on TV these days looks to be getting more and more bold when it comes to cutting edge themes, language, and other adult-oriented material. The channels that used to be protective of what could be shown seem to be loosening their grip. While this allows the shows that we see on many of the available channels develop more advanced themes and realistic stories, the big concern is what parents have to protect their children from seeing.
It can be stressful for parents in having to figure out what their kids can watch when they have DISH Network, but actually, DISH offers a great list of family-oriented channels that everyone in the home will be able to gather around. If you were wondering what channels are available on DISH, take a quick look for yourself.
The channels listed below are all available when you order America’s “Everything” Pak, but other packages may or may not carry all of these channels. Call Cannon Satellite TV if you wish to learn more about what is included in the package of your choice.
DISH Network has options for the family that you’re looking for. Remember that with the Smart Pack, which is an introductory package of DISH Network, you’ll get 55 channels that are packed together for the whole family to huddle around. DISH has you covered when it comes to getting your family together when the time is right.
Categories: Channels & Shows
August 21st, 2013
Trying to stay entertained on long flights? DISH Network can stick with you even when you’re up in the air through Southwest Airlines. Through “TV Flies Free”, which is a partnership between DISH and Southwest Airlines, passengers will be able to enjoy up to 75 on-demand shows and even live TV in the set of Southwestern’s 400 Wi-Fi aircrafts.
The feature is free to customers of DISH Network who have enabled the DISH Anywhere app as part of their subscription. Having a mobile device such as an Apple iPadÂ® or smartphone is the ideal way to check out the shows that are available to you during the flights that you’re on.
Having access to the level of programming on behalf of DISH and Southwest Airlines is the perfect way to make your next flight go quick and smoothly. Not only do you feel like you’re saving time, but you’re also saving some money as well. Per day, the feature from DISH means a savings of $5 – not a bad extra hand of cash for wherever it is you happen to go on your flight!
As part of the partnership with Southwest Airlines, customers who sign up with DISH today with a qualifying package will be able to receive 12,500 Rapid Rewards points from Southwest on their next flight. Prospective customers also have the chance to get the iPadÂ® 2 as part of signing up. You can learn more about getting this exclusive feature when you call Cannon Satellite TV.
Categories: Specials & Deals
August 19th, 2013
DISH Network from Cannon Satellite TV of course means getting satellite TV the way that you want it. This has been something that is pretty-well established. But when you become a customer of DISH Network, you’re also opening up the chance to get dishNET satellite Internet to go along with your DISH package. You may not be familiar with the fact that DISH Network has a service for Internet that allows customers to bundle these together. It is a great way to help you save on your bills all while getting serious satellite TV and Internet service.
There are plenty of reasons why you ought to consider going with dishNET for your Internet service. DISH Network partners with HughesNet and Viasat to bring customers satellite Internet the way that they want it.
Ordering DISH Network means that you’ll have the ability to bundle together the satellite TV and Internet service, which means that there is only one bill to pay. DISH Network will set you up with a lower price based on which one of the several tiers that you want to go with. Between the Smart Pack and America’s Top 250 Pack, you’ll be able to get anywhere between 5 and 10 Mbps, depending on where you live.
Bundling also means that you could get a discount on your monthly price as part of being a DISH customer. Call to learn more about the different levels of prices that come along with each of the data plans that you can choose.
As you should expect from DISH Network, bundling DISH TV and dishNET together means having customer support access at all hours of the day, even in the late hours. This is service that you can come to depend on whenever it is needed.
With TV and Internet together, you’ll be able to check out the awesome features of DISH that you can only use with an Internet connection. This means services such as On Demand programming, DISH Apps and plenty more. Why miss out on these features? Putting together dishNET and satellite TV is a sound option for any DISH customer.
Categories: DISH & TV news
August 14th, 2013
TV critics and straight-up TV junkies alike often can’t wait for the upcoming projects green-lighted by HBO. While many American viewers have developed addictions to shows such asÂ Game of Thrones, The Newsroom,Â andÂ True Blood,Â the end of 2013 into 2014 is bringing a series of several promising projects with a string of well-known actors, veteran writers, assisted by novels familiarized throughout the past decade. Some drama, some comedy – this is a list of future shows planned for HBO that have been green-lit for airing.
Remember that HBO is available on DISH Network free for three months when you order your package today.
Starring Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey,Â True DetectiveÂ will span across seventeen years in the swampy depths of Lousiana as Harrelson and McConaughey star as two state detectives tracking down an elusive serial killer. The skeletal plot sounds simple enough, but with those involved with the project, this is sure to a strong crime drama that HBO would only be able to pull off.
The long-time associate of Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant is back with what is being hailed as a “cringe comedy”. Though it often seems that Gervais and Merchant are inseparable (an of course we can’t forget about Karl Pilkington), it sounds like Gervais has no association withÂ Hello Ladies.Â The comedy will center on Merchant, who plays a British (of course) web programmer who has recently moved to Los Angeles with the expectation that the city is just as glamourous as has been portrayed. Looking for love turns out to be a miserable process, as the show follows his exploits around LA. Knowing the mind of Merchant at work, this has the potential to bring a new dynamic to the romantic comedy, if that’s what you want to call it.
Mike Judge (Office Space, Bevis and Butthead)Â is back with is sure to be Office SpaceÂ on steroids. Not much has been released about Silicon Valley,Â but the description has gone like this: “…where the people most qualified to succeed are the least capable of handling success.” Shooting has already begun, but nothing is known about when this show is set to air. Knowing the creative force of Mike Judge,Â Silicon Valley could very well be hard to miss.
Fans ofÂ Breaking Bad on AMC won’t have to be quick to miss Walter White’s sidekick Jesse Pinkman, played by Aaron Paul. Paul is rumored to be the star of a show recently ordered by HBO called The Missionary.Â Paul is to play an executive for Coca-Cola in Berlin during the 1960s at the height of the Cold War. While handling big business, the executive also doubles up with the CIA to help citizens of the Eastern Bloc to escape Communist rule. Charles Randolph and Mark Wahlberg are behind the project, and both have had their share of experience with HBO.
Based off of a book by Karen Russell,Â Swamplania!Â will focus on the Bigtree family and their bizarre Florida tourist attraction that is infested with alligators. The book was highly regarded when it came out two years ago, and the plan to adapt it onto the screen came pretty quickly after. Nothing much is known about this adaptation, but plenty of people have been talking about it.
Categories: DISH & TV news
August 12th, 2013
If you, or someone you know has Time Warner Cable and is living in the Los Angeles, New York or Dallas area, you might already be familiar with the fact that CBS is currently not available. CBS? A channel that carries a great a deal of programming from NFL coverage to all of those primetime shows? Yeah. Imagine not having that for more than a week now, all because of problems with how much Time Warner is willing to pay CBS for local channel fees.
Being in major American cities, this blackout is a pretty big deal. In fact, over 3 million customers are currently without CBS, and no one is really happy that any of this is happening in the first place. The worst part about the whole thing is that as of right now, there’s no saying when the situation will come to an end.
This isn’t exactly the kind of the thing that any customer of Time Warner would want to be hearing right now. Imagine if this were during NFL season, where CBS gives a great deal of coverage on Sundays…It’s safe to say that no person would want to be in the house of a serious NFL fan having to miss out on their team .
TWC customers have had to resort to other options to check out the CBS programming that they have been waiting on either through the Internet, or through other channels (mostly for sports programming such as the PGA Championship that happened this past weekend).
Customers of DISH Network currently aren’t being subjected to any blackouts of any kind, so the channels that you want are there when you’re ready for them. Are you a Time Warner customer that has had enough with this blackout situation, see how DISH Network from Cannon Satellite can bring you the channels that you’re looking for at any time.
Categories: DISH & TV news