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Dish vs Cable TV: Which One is Better?

Reception Cable TV is very unlikely to lose reception, except when the whole network goes out, or when your cable lines are detached from your home. Satellite TV has good reception if there are no obstructions, like trees or buildings, blocking the signal to the dish. At times, even a slight movement of your dish may affect the signal. However, a properly installed dish with decent exposure towards the southern part of the sky will rarely lose its signal.   Costs Although all the packages for cable TV will be different with respect to pricing, a basic package will cost you around $30 each month. In general, satellite television provides you with almost 200 channels, which equals the average premium package of cable TV, at a price equal to the basic cable TV package. Availability You will be able to access cable TV only inside the coverage areas of your cable company, which does not include rural areas. On the other hand, satellite TV service can be installed anywhere irrespective of your location. The only caveat is that you must have a clear view of the southern sky. Value for Money While satellite & cable often provide similar types of channels, the channels you receive with basic satellite TV can be compared to those you get with premium cable service. As a result, satellite TV offers better value for your money. International Channels Cable provides only a few international channels, while satellite television service lets you view almost any international channel that your dish is able to pick up. Installation To set up a cable TV system, you need an expert. In case you want any additional cable boxes, apart from a basic cable installation, you must lease those extra cable boxes as well as remotes from your cable company. Satellite television service requires you to you to install a dish at the side or roof of your home. Installation of your dish, DVR/receivers, and wiring is done by a professional installer and is absolutely free of charge in up to 5 rooms of your home. Contracts The majority of the cable service companies provide users with month to month contract. As a result, you are able to cancel your service any time you want. With satellite companies, you are required to sign up for a plan which may last up to a year. But considering the overall value for the money, satellite TV is preferred by most users. Click here to see a review of Dish Network vs. cable TV. i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i
Dish Network And T-Mobile Snag Points To External Deal Crushers Last week, news broke that the ongoing merger talks between Dish Network and T-Mobile have stalled.  According to Bloomberg, internal factors related to valuation and structure have strained the deal.  But, a major external component also complicates this potential transaction: the FCC’s auction of U.S. airwaves surrendered by television stations, which is slated for early 2016. The auction is part of the Obama administration’s push to free more airwaves for mobile devices and networks.  The auction creates timing pressure on the deal. If the deal gets done in the next few months, the companies will be jointly bidding on wireless airwaves. If a deal is not completed in time, they will be competitors at this auction, and prohibited from working together for a period of time. When considering Dish Network’s latest clash with the FCC that puts a reported $3.3 billion on the line, there’s rising doubt that this deal will ever be completed. Read more: Forbes.com Welcome Hi, and welcome to Satellite Stuff I created this website to show people all about the world of satellite TV and satellite radio.  Here I explain the difference between the various satellite TV and cable TV providers, and how satellite radio works.  If you have any questions or comments about this site, email me: j.smith@mlodagoldap.info
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Dish vs Cable TV: Which One

is Better?

Reception Cable TV is very unlikely to lose reception, except when the whole network goes out, or when your cable lines are detached from your home. Satellite TV has good reception if there are no obstructions, like trees or buildings, blocking the signal to the dish. At times, even a slight movement of your dish may affect the signal. However, a properly installed dish with decent exposure towards the southern part of the sky will rarely lose its signal.   Costs Although all the packages for cable TV will be different with respect to pricing, a basic package will cost you around $30 each month. In general, satellite television provides you with almost 200 channels, which equals the average premium package of cable TV, at a price equal to the basic cable TV package. Availability You will be able to access cable TV only inside the coverage areas of your cable company, which does not include rural areas. On the other hand, satellite TV service can be installed anywhere irrespective of your location. The only caveat is that you must have a clear view of the southern sky. Value for Money While satellite & cable often provide similar types of channels, the channels you receive with basic satellite TV can be compared to those you get with premium cable service. As a result, satellite TV offers better value for your money. International Channels Cable provides only a few international channels, while satellite television service lets you view almost any international channel that your dish is able to pick up. Installation To set up a cable TV system, you need an expert. In case you want any additional cable boxes, apart from a basic cable installation, you must lease those extra cable boxes as well as remotes from your cable company. Satellite television service requires you to you to install a dish at the side or roof of your home. Installation of your dish, DVR/receivers, and wiring is done by a professional installer and is absolutely free of charge in up to 5 rooms of your home. Contracts The majority of the cable service companies provide users with month to month contract. As a result, you are able to cancel your service any time you want. With satellite companies, you are required to sign up for a plan which may last up to a year. But considering the overall value for the money, satellite TV is preferred by most users. Click here to see a review of Dish Network vs. cable TV. i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i
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Dish Network And T-Mobile Snag Points

To External Deal Crushers

Last week, news broke that the ongoing merger talks

between Dish Network and T-Mobile have stalled.

According to Bloomberg, internal factors related to

valuation and structure have strained the deal.  But, a

major external component also complicates this potential

transaction: the FCC’s auction of U.S. airwaves

surrendered by television stations, which is slated for

early 2016. The auction is part of the Obama

administration’s push to free more airwaves for mobile

devices and networks.

The auction creates timing pressure on the deal. If the

deal gets done in the next few months, the companies will

be jointly bidding on wireless airwaves. If a deal is not

completed in time, they will be competitors at this

auction, and prohibited from working together for a

period of time. When considering Dish Network’s latest

clash with the FCC that puts a reported $3.3 billion on the

line, there’s rising doubt that this deal will ever be

completed.

Read more: Forbes.com