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CURRENT ISSUE'S HEADLINES

WEDNESDAY MAY 27, 2015

AT&T STEPS UP PLANNING FOR DIRECTV
AT&T is now so confident it will obtain government approval of its pending purchase of DirecTv that it has in recent weeks accelerated its organizational and transition planning, numerous sources have told Satellite Business News.

DISH NETWORK SUMMITS ON WIRELESS FUTURE
Despite the questions many still have about its wireless plans, not to mention the impact the sale of its main competitor will have on the industry, the Dish Network independent satellite dealers who gathered in Phoenix this month for the company’s annual “Team Summit” event seemed fairly upbeat and optimistic about their future.

LOW CHURN GINS UP DIRECTV RESULTS
Helped by what it said was an improving economy and dropping its average monthly first quarter churn rate to its lowest point in six years, DirecTv announced it added a net total of 60,000 new DBS customers in the United States during this year’s first quarter.

DISH NETWORK FINANCIALS UP; SUBS DROP
During a quarter in which the company blamed a programming distribution dispute and tightened credit policies, among other things, for a net subscriber loss, Dish Network said it managed to turn in improved revenues and net income during the first quarter of this year.

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JUNE 29, 2015

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