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Dish, Sling TV Lose NFL Network In Fee Fight

Dish and Sling TV have lost the NFL Network and the RedZone Channel due to a carriage dispute with the NFL, which owns the channels. The channels were removed from both services around 9 p.m. ET last night and the league issued a statement saying Dish had rejected its carriage terms. (Dish owns Sling TV,

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DIRECTV: Free NFL Sunday Ticket For Existing Customers

DIRECTV is providing the NFL Sunday Ticket package for free to at least some existing customers, according to a few dozen subscriber posts at social media sites such as DBS Talk, Satellite Guys and Twitter. The subscribers say they’ve received e-mails this week saying they will receive the 2020 Sunday Ticket Max plan for free

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DIRECTV: No Price Hike For 2020 Sunday Ticket

For the second straight year, DIRECTV will not raise the price of the NFL Sunday Ticket in 2020 despite a company acknowledgement this week that the costs of offering the package is rising. The satcaster is again including the package of out-of-market games for free for new subscribers who agree to a two-year contract, and

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Roku & Fox Sign New Deal; Super Bowl Is Safe

Roku and Fox last night settled their carriage battle, announcing a new agreement that will permit Roku customers to continue watching Fox channels on their streaming devices. The pact means that Roku owners will also be able to stream the Super Bowl on Sunday on the Fox Sports app in both 4K and High-Definition. The

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Updated: Super Bowl 2020: Roku Threatens to Remove Fox

Roku is threatening to remove all Fox standalone channels today due to a carriage disagreement with the programmer. The move has football fans running for alternatives because Fox will stream Sunday’s Super Bowl on its Fox Sports app. Update: As of 5:30 p.m. ET, Roku has removed the Fox channels from its Channel Store. However,

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Super Bowl In 4K: Everything You Need to Know

For the first time ever, the Super Bowl this year will be available in 4K, which promises a sharper and more vivid picture than we have ever seen. The news has 4K TV owners scrambling for more information so the TV Answer Man has compiled this guide that has everything you need to know. Which

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