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Arqiva Takes Additional Satellite Capacity on EUTELSAT 7A

PARIS, May 16, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Arqiva and Eutelsat partnership meets growing demand for professional video services across Europe and the Middle EastArqiva, the communications infrastructure and media ...


A look at cable, satellite TV earnings reports

Here is a summary of earnings reports for selected cable and satellite TV companies and what they reveal about the industry's prospects:April 19: Verizon Communications Inc. added 180,000 FiOS video customers ...


The 1962 Launch of the World's First Communications Satellite

A Universal News Reel segment celebrates the launch of AT&T;'s Telstar satellite , the first to relay TV signals around the globe . This clip, courtesy of the Internet Archive, shows the spherical, solar-powered ...


Dish Offers Prime TV, No Ads; Can They Get Away With That?

Dish Network today announced a new feature for its satellite TV subscribers that seems destined to make it the most hated company in the television business. The new feature, called Auto Hop, is being offered as part of the company?s Hopper whole-home HD DVR system. What it does is let you automatically skip all commercials ...


AMC Networks CEO: Digital Content Deals Benefit Pay TV System

Georg Szalai Josh Sapan also says that a carriage dispute with satellite TV giant Dish "may have a material impact" on his company's financials. read more


Dish Insists 'TV Everywhere' Isn't Generic Or Descriptive

Satellite TV operator answers oppositions in DirecTV, MSOs, Hulu in trademark...


Dish Network adds subscribers, beats Street

(Reuters) - Dish Network Corp, the second-largest satellite TV company behind DirecTV, added more subscribers than expected in the first quarter after holding the line on prices for its programming packages. It also posted a profit that beat Wall Street estimates. Dish, whose shares rose 0.5 pct, added a net 104,000 subscribers during the quarter, topping analysts' average estimate of 62,000 ...


Sony Bravia sharpens web-video streams for big TV screens

Want to dump the $75-a-month cable or satellite-TV service? There are plenty of options to help satisfy that TV fix, and they continue to improve as more consumers cut the cord and turn to the Internet for video content.


Winnipeg man arrested in satellite TV theft probe

A 29-year-old Winnipeg man is facing criminal charges after RCMP seized equipment that can be used to steal satellite TV signals.


SES unveils IP-based in-home distribution of satellite TV signals

"Our new way of connecting devices will allow millions of consumers to enjoy satellite TV on multiple screens with the highest convenience and quality.


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