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Dish provides satellite TV to approximately 14 million subscribers;
Dish offers the best programming at the best value; Dish leads the pay-TV industry in state-of-the-art equipment and technology;
Dish provides the most HD and international programming in the U.S.;
Dish revenues surpassed $14 billion in 2011;
Dish is publicly traded on the NASDAQ Exchange, ticker symbol DISH;
Dish employs more than 25,000 people in the U.S.;
Dish is headquartered in Englewood, Colorado.;
Dish purchased Blockbuster L.L.C. in 2011. Three people - Charlie Ergen, Candy Ergen and Jim DeFranco - were hauling an enormous C-band TV dish antenna via pickup truck to a customer in remote Colorado.
In the early 1980s this was one of only two dish antennas owned by the developing new business. A powerful gust of wind whipped up, blowing the antenna off its trailer and into a roadside ditch.
There goes half of the company. Fast forward to 1995, when Ergen set his sights on launching his first satellite from China, then a novice in the satellite industry.
Staking the future of young DISH on one, multi-million dollar satellite, Ergen gambled with the odds of a favorable launch. After watching a Chinese rocket promptly crash and burn, he witnessed the nerve-wracking, but ultimately successful deployment of Echo I.
Today, it appears that the real story of DISH centers on Ergen's visionary courage to reinvent television distribution. Widely considered the industry leader in technology, DISH's award-winning innovations include: Hopper with Sling® Whole-Home HD DVR that gives customers the ability to watch live and recorded TV programming from smartphones, tablets and computers; and the Tailgater®, a lightweight, portable satellite dish ideal for watching TV while tailgating, camping, in the RV or at outdoor activities.
Even as DISH consistently introduces products of increasing sophistication, it also leads the industry by offering the best value - the same channels at a better price. Challenging the economics of pay-TV, Ergen has charged competitors with passing the burden of wasteful spending to subscribers, and he maintains the mantra that DISH will always offer customers the lowest everyday pricing nationwide.
Several months later, DISH made its first broadcast to customers from its uplink center in Cheyenne, Wyo., using small dish antennas and state-of-the-art technology designed and built in-house. Summed up as a bad day in the infancy of DISH, the founding trio overcame this setback to build what is now a Fortune 200 company that employs thousands and serves millions throughout the nation - a seemingly unlikely future on that blustery day.
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For the past few years, we have seen a big increase of people across choosing DISH® over cable TV.
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Free DISH® deals in - are they for real? Yes, DISH® free deals in are for real. But, understand, you still need to pay for your DISH® TV service fee monthly. What the free deal means is that you get free DISH® satellite TV system hardware and operating software (the hopper, satellite signal decoder, satellite dish, and decoder remote control). The free DISH® deals in do come with reasonable conditions. To qualify for the free deals, you must be a first-time customer of DISH® and you must be willing to commit to a one-year agreement with Dish Satellite TV here in .
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To find out more about the list shown below, scroll down to the bottom of this page, pick your state, then pick your city.television without the need for clunky glasses is back - kind of. We were told it would be the next big thing a few years ago, but few of us today make a habit of flocking to the house in the neighborhood that has a 3D TV for movie or football night. Now glasses-free 3D could get a second chance, led by something called Ultra-D from Philadelphia-based StreamTV Networks.
Another ‘breakout year' promised
Ultra-D televisions and monitors were on display at CES 2016 in Las Vegas in January, where the technology's proclaimed ability to convert any regular 2D content into glasses-free 3D was demonstrated. Although past generations of glasses-free 3D struggled because of a lack of content, Ultra-D allows for anything, from cable to gaming consoles to DVDs, to be connected and converted to 3D viewable by anyone without glasses or extra equipment.
"This will be the breakout year for glasses-free," StreamTV Networks CEO Mathu Rajan told Mashable's Lance Ulanoff at CES.
Of course, this is a refrain we've heard before.
At CES 2012, Toshiba announced it was ready to push glasses-free 3D into the market, but shortly thereafter analysts like Sascha Segan were already declaring the technology to be a flop and our attention soon shifted to curved screens, 4K and even 8K.
Part of the problem that earlier generation of glasses-free 3D displays faced was the fact that they didn't really address the obvious limitations of 3D that requires glasses, which is that everyone watching it needs to be wearing those special polarized glasses that make each eye see slightly different images and create the illusion of depth.
Those early Toshiba glasses-free displays usually required that you be sitting in a certain "sweet spot" to get the proper 3D effect. That means it's still difficult for a group of people to watch a display and all get the effect; in fact, it's arguably harder to share the 3D experience on one of those screens. This is because of how glasses-free 3D works - rather than use glasses to alter what each eye sees, glasses-free systems typically use what's called a parallax barrier to block bits of light from reaching each eye, creating the same depth effect. In other words, it's all about angles; if you aren't looking at the screen from the right angle in the "sweet spot," you won't get the desired effect.
But the newest generation of glasses-free displays seem to have solved this problem.
Early reports are good
"When looking at the TV, I was able to move around in front of it without losing the 3D effect," Mashable's Ulanoff wrote of the Ultra-D displays at CES 2016. "It's not as immersive as, say, what you'll see at the movies while wearing a pair of polarized glasses, but it was still pretty impressive."
We could soon see the technology on all sorts of screens if it takes hold. Qualcomm, maker of the chipsets that power a wide array of smartphones worldwide, conducted a case study (paid for by StreamTV Networks) using a smartphone processor (the Snapdragon 800) to power the Ultra-D conversion process inside a 3D TV.
"The result is the ultimate in TV viewing for customers," the study concluded. "A simplified, built-in 3D-without-glasses conversion and playback system with improved image quality, wider viewing angle, and enjoyable viewing experience."
But will it even matter?
But is this time really different for 3D TV? Does the technology even matter when consumers have yet to express a widespread desire for 3D viewing at home?
The firm Mordor Intelligence put out a 10-year outlook for glasses-free 3D in September, arguing that "Seeing things in 3D is the most natural way to perceive and process information. So, making a television, which can project images in 3D, has the potential to create a revolution."
Mordor notes that the technology remains under-developed, but also points out that big names like Samsung, Philips, LG and Toshiba are among those invested in the market.
"With increasing amount of video content being watched on small screens, providing glasses-free 3D display on mobiles and tablets, which is much easier (than large and expensive 4K or 8K displays), is an opportunity that shouldn't be overlooked."
We will see what the future holds. Whether we see it in 3D, well... that remains to be seen.
p style="text-align: center;">As the smart TV market grows, TV user interfaces are changing. At one time, watching TV was as simple as turning your set on and turning the channel and volume dials. The invention of the remote changed this basic interface. Then there were separate remotes for cable and satellite boxes, TV recorders and disc players, with so many buttons you needed a cheat sheet to use them. Universal touch-screen remotes simplified this, but now smart TVs are taking things a step further.
By 2020, Strategy Analytics projects that half of American homes will have 4K TVs, most of which come with smart TV features that link your TV to the Internet. This makes controlling your TV more like using your computer or smartphone. In an age of smart TVs, here are some important user interface features to take into account when considering sets and cable and satellite services.
Few things are more frustrating with your remote than a signal that’s so slow the show you wanted to watch is over by the time you’re able to change stations. Traditional cable boxes are notoriously slow because of a couple of technical restrictions. First, set-top boxes are designed to support the oldest available model, meaning that the software code for graphics and features is limited to what older models can handle. Second, most cable companies devote relatively limited bandwidth to the interface between set-top boxes and the rest of the network, resulting in bandwidth congestion that slows signals down.
Fortunately, newer boxes that rely on IP and wireless connections bypass this problem. One of the fastest user interfaces currently on the market is that accompanying the DISH Network’s Hopper 3™, which achieves seven times the speed of previous models by using the fastest set-top box processor available, a Broadcom 7445 quad-core Arm processor.
Accessibility for all users is another key feature of a good TV interface. FCC regulations require video user interfaces and instructions to be accessible on a wide range of devices in a way that includes audiences who are visually impaired or hearing impaired. A current FCC proposal aims to ensure that users can access programming they’ve paid for from whatever device they choose to use, whether it’s a leased set-top box, a consumer-purchased set-top box or a smart TV app. This legislation is likely to promote unified user interfaces that can search across over-air broadcasts, pay-TV broadcasts and over-the-top (OTT) services delivered directly over the Internet.
One feature that affects accessibility is legibility. If you can’t read a user interface, it isn’t very useful. Traditional interfaces have used outdated graphics due to technical limitations, and even some newer interfaces use washed-out colors that make it hard to read letters and distinguish selection options. The Hopper 3’s new user interface addresses these issues with a clean, flat-screen design (similar to that used on mobile devices) to make items easy to see on a small screen. Large, bright buttons and the ability to switch between normal and large font sizes enhance the Hopper 3 interface’s legibility.
Superior navigational control
User interface designer Paul Quimby says that the best smart TV user interface is one that lets you use a superior system to control it. Traditional remotes have limited input options compared to a computer keyboard or a smartphone pad. The more an interface resembles a computer or mobile device interface, the more navigational flexibility you have. CNET adds that current interface trends also are incorporating alternative input methods, such as touch and gesture input, voice control, and video facial recognition.
Easy search capability
A good user interface makes it easy to find what you want to watch. Having to scroll through hundreds of channels and time slots in a linear fashion is time-consuming and tedious. Newer interfaces provide more efficient search options modeled on Internet search engines and social media sites. For example, the Hopper 3 supplements its TV schedule listings with a home page that displays recently recorded options and top picks based on your preferences. It also has a search function that uses auto-complete, so you can find most movies by typing in just three letters. The Hopper 3 also integrates Netflix’s library into its search results and hopes to have additional sources, such as YouTube, in the near future.
At no time have there ever been more options for accessing and watching TV. People who are trying to figure out how they will get, view and manage their entertainment content should look no further than the new HOPPER 3™, which DISH unveiled at the recent 2016 CES. The HOPPER 3™ is a satellite receiver for the modern age, delivering TV in a way that is both personalized and manageable and supports 4K technology. Here’s a breakdown of how this generation of HOPPER is upgrading the TV experience once again.
Wherever, Whenever, However
Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, TV-on-the-go services, smart TVs and advanced receivers have not only expanded our TV options, but they’ve also launched countless arguments over who gets to watch what where. Conflicts stemming from different TV preferences and age ranges are a thing of the past with the HOPPER 3™; now, you can watch and record 16 shows at once and support up to seven TVs. One shared home video network can record up to 500 hours of HD programming or up to 2,000 hours of SD programming. No one has to miss out on anything.
Likewise, you can personalize your TV schedule by watching shows when and how you want. The HopperGo eliminates the woes created when you’re without an Internet connection or running low on mobile device storage by using Wi-Fi hotspot technology and up to 100 hours of storage space. Bring it along, plug it into your mobile device whenever you’re ready and catch up on your favorite shows.
Furthermore, the HOPPER 3™’s two terabytes of storage space means users can make TV match their schedule, instead of the other way around. Show start times can be ignored, as long as the show is set to be recorded (just make sure to avoid social media spoilers). Working late? Ask the family to hold off on watching that season finale so you can watch it together. What’s more, if you’d like to watch live sports games as the action happens, the Mosaic feature allows for up to six channels to be viewed simultaneously.
A New Experience
The transition from analog to digital TV meant crisper, more reliable channels — but it also caused new complaints such as slow channel load times and confusing programming guides and menus. The redesigned HOPPER 3™ user interface, advanced search functions and voice control features address these concerns.
The interface features a cleaner, modern design and offers automatic quick help whenever “#” is pressed. The search function has a predictive component and searches all content through the programming guide and On Demand library. The HOPPER Voice Remote enables users to change channels, play movies or launch apps with voice commands.
Ushering in 4K
The progression of TV from standard definition to 1080p continues with the (albeit slow) adoption of 4K. Last year, DISH introduced the first 4K set-top box (4K Joey), so HOPPER features could be used with 4K TVs. The HOPPER 3™ completes the 4K ecosystem by adding a receiver to the family.
It’s still a process to find 4K TV content, and it may be some time before it’s the new standard. It’s hard to argue against the quality and sharpness of a 4K screen. If you plan on going 4K this year (or this decade), the HOPPER 3™ doesn’t require a 4K TV — but it’ll be ready when you take that next step.
As the popularity of streaming TV apps continues to rise, products are forced to become an all-in-one entertainment destination. The HOPPER 3™ comes with Netflix, Pandora, VEVO and tons more apps built in, so viewers can binge watch or stream music to their heart’s content. These apps can be launched with the voice controls on the HOPPER remote.