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FilmOn contempt fine
Internet TV streaming service FilmOn has received a further setback in its attempts to operate and be licensed to carry broadcast programming as a cable company similar to other multichannel providers, with US District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald ruling that it was in contempt for continuing to deliver network TV station signals over its OTT streaming service following the Supreme Court ruling that...

Police: Man going to NC homes in Dish Network shirt asking for money
(When I saw the title I just figured it was Charlie Ergen begging again ) GASTON COUNTY, NC (WBTV) - Detectives in Gaston County are warning residents to be careful before opening the front door after a man, dressed in a Dish Network shirt, has appeared in several neighborhoods and towns asking for money. WBTV spoke with 24-year-old Courtney Tignor, who says the strange man asked her for money...

Sarah Palin web channel launches
Former Vice Presidential candidate and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin officially launched her own Internet video channel on Sunday. The channel, which Capital broke the story of back in March, is a partnership with TappTV, which aims to connect celebrities with fans who pay a monthly subscription fee for original content. While it was called "Rogue TV" while in development, the channel has launched...

There is a lizard sex satellite floating in space and Russia no longer has it.......
There is a lizard sex satellite floating in space and Russia no longer has it under control At this very moment, a Russian satellite full of geckos -- (possibly) having sex -- is floating around in space -- and mission control has lost the ability to control it. The Foton-M4 research satellite launched on July 19 with five geckos on board. The plan: To observe their mating activities in the zero...

Murdoch's 21st Century Fox selling stakes in two satellite TV firms
In a deal that enables Rupert Murdoch to amass a bigger war chest, 21st Century Fox Inc. is selling its stakes in two European satellite TV companies for $9.3 billion. Fox's sale of its Italian and German pay-TV systems would provide the company with approximately $7.2 billion in cash ? money that could be used to help finance a proposed takeover of Time Warner Inc. It is widely expected ...

Study: Global Satellite TV Revenue $100B By 2020
Global satellite television revenue is expected to reach $99.9 billion by 2020, a nearly 14% increase from last year?s $87.8 billion in sales, according to a new report by Digital TV Research. The Global Satellite TV Forecasts estimates that Asia Pacific and Latin America will show the strongest growth, while western Europe declines as completion for other platforms increases. The Digita...

House passes satellite TV bill
The House voted Tuesday to extend and tweak the law governing the satellite television marketplace. The House approved by voice vote a bill to extend the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act (STELA), which is set to expire at the end of the year. The bill combines a straightforward reauthorization bill from the House Judiciary Committee with a bill from the House Energy and Commerce C...

Comcast Exec Says in Leaked Memo That Infamous Service Rep Was Following Training
In a leaked memo from cable giant Comcast, a top executive expresses contrition for the now-infamous behavior of a service agent that led to a nearly 20-minute recorded call that went viral, but at the same time he conceded that the agent "did a lot of what we trained him and paid him" to do. Meanwhile, Comcast reported Tuesday that it gained 203,000 high-speed Internet customers in its last thre...

4K chicken and egg
Hmm, doesn't this mean that 74% are NOT perfectly "comfortable" with their current set ? "Another major reason for those who are not considering the purchase of improved technology -- satisfaction with their current TV technology -- 26% said "they were perfectly comfortable with the televisions they currently use." 4K/Ultra-HD TV Sets Sport High Tech, But Low Public Awareness .

DirecTV Hits Al Jazeera America With Lawsuit But Won't (Heavily Redacted) Say Why
I can tell you that DirecTV today filed a breach of contract complaint against Al Jazeera America. I can tell you that the civil case complaint demands a 10-day jury trial and seeks more than $25,000 but also is looking for declaratory relief. Finally, I can tell you that the 17-page filing by the satellite service provider has something to do with the Affiliation Agreement that DirecTV entere...

Latency Everywhere
2 minute delay ? Shazam! World Cup reveals TV Everywhere issue: latency

House panel moves -clean- satellite TV bill
The House Judiciary Committee easily passed a critical satellite television law on a unanimous voice vote Thursday. The panel avoided making any controversial changes to the existing marketplace for retransmitting broadcast programs on cable and satellite with the ?clean? extension of the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act (STELA), which came as a victory for broadcasters. ?I realiz...

Bid to 'reboot' aging NASA satellite is scuttled as fuel system fails
ISEE-3 will not be returning home after all. Authors of a plan to revive the forgotten NASA satellite and return it to Earth orbit conceded Wednesday that a failure in the spacecraft's propulsion system has made it impossible to change its flight path. "There's only so much you can do before you have to say, 'It's dead, Jim,' " said Keith Cowing, a former NASA astrobiologist and a spokesman for t...

Fox Challenges Dish Network's Sling Service
Bolstered by a victory for broadcasters against Aereo last month, Fox on Monday challenged the legality of a Dish Network feature that allows subscribers to watch station feeds on devices outside the home. In oral arguments before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Fox?s legal team sought to reverse a lower court ruling in which a federal judge refused to grant a preliminary injunction that would ...

Charlie Ergen, Dish Hit With $1.5 Billion Lawsuit
Investment fund group accuses Dish and others of dirty dealings in bankruptcy proceedings for LightSquared Dish Network and its chairman, Charles Ergen, have been slapped with a lawsuit over the bankrupt wireless company LightSquared. In the lawsuit, filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Colorado, Harbinger Capital Partners accuses Ergen, Dish Network and others of engaging in ?an illegal sche...

Dish Held Talks With DirecTV
Satellite-TV Provider, Led by Charlie Ergen, Has Pattern of 'Nonstarters' Dish Network Corp.'s DISH +0.81% Chairman Charlie Ergen seems to be running into a recurring theme: always a groomsman, never the groom. In a regulatory filing by AT&T Inc. T +0.34% on Tuesday, DirecTV DTV +0.34% details the circumstances leading up to their $49 billion deal. The filing revealed that Dish was in the bi...

Fox wants Aereo Supreme Court ruling applied to Dish Network's Hopper
Fox is trying to use the U.S. Supreme Court?s new ruling against TV technology startup Aereo in the broadcaster?s legal battle against Dish Network. Fox Broadcasting Co. told the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit that last week's Supreme Court smack down of Aereo supports Fox?s request to stop Douglas County-based Dish Network Corp.'s Hopper technology, called Sling. Sling allows subscr...

Google acquires Songza to help create digital soundtracks tailored for people's....
Google acquires Songza to help create digital soundtracks tailored for people's changing moods SAN FRANCISCO ? Google is fine tuning its digital music strategy with the acquisition of Songza, a service that creates soundtracks tailored for people's changing moods. Financial terms of the deal announced Tuesday aren't being disclosed. That means the price is considered to be too small to affect G...

FilmOn: We're Still Delivering Station Signals
Says It Will Try Again to Pay Copyright Fee. FilmOn will stay in business and is willing to pay a copyright license fee for delivering broadcast TV stations over the Internet via remote antenna farms, saying it has moved its TV station signals behind a pay wall. FilmOn's fate appeared to be in question after the Supreme Court ruled that Aereo's delivery of TV station signals over the Web using ...

Aereo email 1 July: Contact your lawmakers please
On Saturday, many of you received the news that we decided to pause our operations temporarily, as a result of the United States Supreme Court's reversal of a lower court decision in favor of Aereo. Your response in support of the Aereo team has been overwhelming and touching. Your tweets, emails and Facebook posts have made it clear how important it is for so many Americans to have access to a ...