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Fox is also attempting to "force bundle" its local channels and unrelated cable networks to get more money and gain negotiating leverage.
It's clear that Fox cares more about padding its bottom line than serving its viewers. Fox is attempting to get more money by "force bundling" its unrelated cable networks and leveraging its local channels.
In that spirit, DISH offered a short-term contract extension to Fox that would include a retroactive true-up when new rates were agreed upon, and would preserve the ability of DISH customers to access the Fox stations while negotiations continued.
The true-up would ensure that Fox was made whole at the new rates for the period of any contract extension. DISH will install an antenna for qualifying customers in Fox markets based on the reception available at their home.
Story continues "A digital antenna is a great experience and solution for a growing number of customers," continued LeCuyer.
We want to give customers the choice to save money. Consequently, some customer locations may not qualify for an antenna installation. Another viewing alternative is offered by Locast, a free nonprofit service that provides local broadcast channels over the internet in select markets.
Customers can visit locast. Need for Retransmission Consent Reform "Fox is using its mix of local and national channels against viewers, abusing outdated laws to try to force consumers to pay more.
This greedy attempt to extort more money from our customers is one of the main reasons we — and our industry — are asking Congress to restore balance in the broadcaster-pay TV equation," said Jeff Blum, DISH senior vice president of Public Policy and Government Affairs.
Congress to revamp the out-of-date laws that favor these high fees and unnecessary blackouts. Blum continued: "We continue to urge the FCC and Congress to update a system that emboldens broadcasters to black out consumers.
With a current annual increase of as much as 40 percent, the cost to deliver local channels is the fastest growing part of consumers' monthly pay-TV bills. Since , DISH has worked on behalf of consumers to deliver innovation and value.
Through its subsidiaries, the company provides television entertainment and award-winning technology to millions of customers.