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DISH Network Corp. (NASDAQ: DISH) will host a conference call at noon Eastern Time (ET) on Wednesday, February 22, 2017, to discuss its fourth quarter and year-end results.
Verizon's point man on operating the Internet says the gigantic network of wires, switches and towers has a lot of work to do to prepare for the video explosion.
John Legere crowed about his company's subscriber growth and criticized Verizon's recent move to offer its own unlimited data plans on T-Mobile USA's earnings call.
DISH will deliver live in 4K Ultra HD the highly-anticipated natural history series, Planet Earth II.
Disney's CEO is betting that a new standalone sports service can offset revenue declines at ESPN, the media conglomerate's most profitable business.
Disney CEO Bob Iger says he's "open" to postponing his retirement, while he's confident new digital pay-TV platforms will help declines in cable-TV subscriptions to the sports network.
CBS, Comcast, Fox, Sinclair, Nexstar and others could collet a pay out from the first-ever auction of TV broadcast licenses to mobile carriers.
Iger will have plenty to address on Tuesday's quarterly earnings call, that's for sure.
DISH today shared its vision to confront the low customer satisfaction pervasive throughout the pay-TV industry.
As part of the deal, Dish will consolidate its streaming operations, which analysts said may point to near-term M&A opportunities.
DISH Network Corporation and EchoStar Corporation today announced they have executed an agreement that will transfer certain EchoStar assets and operations, including its EchoStar Technologies hardware and software...
If Verizon spent more than $160 billion on cable, a deal for Charlie Ergen's satellite TV company would be off the table.
CEO Brian Roberts says Comcast posted its best video customer results in a decade and its best internet customer results in nine years.
Ajit Pai takes over the agency after years of criticizing former chairman Tom Wheeler for being heavy-handed. If Pai suspends net neutrality, he could be vulnerable to the same critique.
AT&T, Comcast, Dish, Verizon, Softbank and others will soon have more freedom to pursue targets.
Media stocks have been on fire since Trump was elected president, but as the new administration takes office, uncertainties about future policy and economic growth are dampening the sector's outlook.
Luckily for investors, T-Mobile has great earnings and cash flow, along with the possibility for M&A, Cramer said.
Here are Monday's top research calls, including upgrades for CSX and Dish Network, and downgrades for Qualcomm and Verizon.
Binge-watching has become an integral part of modern TV viewing, and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is taking every opportunity to remind viewers that it's not offered on Time Warner's HBO.
AT&T, Comcast, Verizon, T-Mobile and Comcast are among the potential pool of qualified buyers that collectively satisfied the FCC's rules for the auction to be completed.
The test from the company backed by Fox, Comcast, Disney and Time Warner may herald a release of the latest streaming competitor in the near term.
We are keeping with our "buy the bullets, not the guns" strategy.
A Rupert Murdoch friendship with the president-elect around Fox News prompts speculation both men may lobby regulators to put limits on, or even reject, the $85.4 billion deal.
Apple takes the New York Times app out of its App Store in China. Facebook Live saw its biggest use yet.
CBS will join Hulu's live-TV streaming service, proving it's not against digital pay-TV platforms -- it just wants to be paid for it, as CEO Leslie Moonves would say.
Disney's short-term challenges with ESPN aren't enough to cloud over the catalysts expected to boost shares higher in 2017, according to Evercore.