Dish Delivers TV via Net

The Internet-delivered subscription video service from satellite TV provider Dish Network will begin official operations Tuesday. The first invites start going out at 12 a.m. ET Tuesday to customers who preregistered on Sling.com.

Everyone else has to wait, but they will get a free one-week trial when the service opens to all customers within the next two weeks. Consumers who don't have one of the supported Net TV devices such as an Amazon Fire or Roku device can sign up on Sling.com to order a device as part of a subscription package (prices to be announced).

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Music is food for the soul


Have a world of music available on demand with DISH satellite music channels. Immerse your entertainment room with an extensive selection of playlists and channels committed to specific genres, artists and performances. See how sweet music can be with DISH.

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TV Changes, and Stays the Same

The week leading up to the Super Bowl, the most-watched TV event of the year, is also often one of the biggest for TV buying.

Don’t underestimate the resilience of the television.

 Yes, millions of Americans are cutting the cord to cable. And yes, many millennials are sometimes bypassing the boob tube to watch video on laptops and tablets.

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