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DISH wins major battle for Pay-TV a la carte

September 23rd, 2014

As reported by Seeking Alpha, Dish Network is celebrating a major win in the battle for a la carte TV packages that consumers (and many within the industry) have been clamoring for for years. The victory seems to be a clenching decision for what many see as a total movement away from cable, package-based TV subscriptions that have dominated cable television for decades.  Read more

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Live-TV viewing continues to decline as the industry moves towards Pay-TV

September 20th, 2014

dish network order logo nowSeeking Alpha has reported that, once again, live-TV viewing is declining in the wake of Neisel Ratings which seem to suggest that the digital revolution is continuing to hurt live-viewed television. Digital viewing increased across all demos, surprisingly even among 50-64 year olds with a 60% increase.

The highest increase was seen amongst the 18-34 demo, as expected, with an increase up to 35 minutes a day. The 35-49 demo increased 80%, to 26 minutes a day.  Read more

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ESPN hasn’t released SEC Network ratings

September 18th, 2014

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In an interesting move, especially when considering the massive amount of money tied up in the new venture between the Worldwide Leader and college football’s top conference, ESPN has announced they aren’t releasing the SEC Network’s ratings — at least for now. Read more

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DISH Network signs another exclusive deal

September 16th, 2014

SNi_DIM[1]DISH Network has landed yet another deal that adds to the already robust channel and network layout that has taken the company to the peak of satellite TV. The groundbreaking agreement with Scripps comes on the heels of other contracts with Disney, announced i March, and A+E Network, announced just last month. Read more

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What NFL games will be on in your market opening weekend?

September 3rd, 2014

The NFL remains an absolute juggernaut in terms of TV ratings, and they’ve actually done most of that by restricting the amount of play. Games are on in the same exact small structure and format every Sunday. In fact, many viewers only get 3 NFL games on an average Sunday during the regular season. Read more

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