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How Charlie Ergen turned a satellite TV provider into a spectrum powerhouse, and what he might do next

of that spectrum.-- Phil Article updated Jan. 30 at 9 p.m. ET to reflect that Dish is currently unlikely to gain ...

FCC's Wi-Fi stop-block order leaves other questions unanswered

high prices to use their Wi-Fi. This week, the FCC's Enforcement Bureau released a stern warning ...

FCC to strengthen oversight of ISP interconnection deals

The FCC is looking to tighten the rules regarding the interconnection terms service providers like Verizon ask for to accept bandwidth-hungry Web traffic from third party providers like Netflix, reports Bloomberg citing an unnamed person close to the prop ...

Report: ESPN will not provide a la carte pro soccer this year

this Re/code story Related links: App developers pick the mobile moments that mattered in 2014 ESPN's ...

BT plans to reach most of the UK with 500 Mbps broadband via G.Fast

as gains in BT Consumer offset losses in other divisions. BT's shares were listed at $63.02, down ...

Pay-TV operators lower HBO price ahead of a la carte launch

tech chief Berkes quits as network turns to MLB to launch new streaming service ...

Dish reverses AutoHop for the Super Bowl, will keep the funny commercials but skip the game

this Dish Network press release- read this Wall Street Journal story- read this Advertising Age story ...

AT&T faces $600K FCC fine for violating microwave license rules

Related articles: AT&T battles legacy losses with U-verse gains, but sets focus on profitable customers AT&T's U-verse gains help to ease legacy losses in Q3 AT&T plans to shut down ...

Cablevision sues Verizon over 'deceptive' ads about Wi-Fi superiority

that Verizon made false and misleading claims about the MSO's Wi-Fi service in its ads. Verizon has run TV and radio commercials in the New York metropolitan area claiming its Wi-Fi is "the fastest Wi-Fi available" from any local provider. "Verizon's claim that it has faster Wi-Fi than Cablevision ...

Reports: Microsoft to invest in startup Cyanogen, which wants to disrupt Google's control of Android

last week. The next day, at an industry event sponsored by tech website  The Information, McMaster said ...