N.Y. judge sends 'Auto Hop' suit back...

N.Y. judge sends 'Auto Hop' suit back to L.A.

There are 1 comment on the Chicago Tribune story from Jul 9, 2012, titled N.Y. judge sends 'Auto Hop' suit back to L.A.. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Dish Network Corp.has lost its bid to have all of a bitter dispute against the four major broadcast networks over its new ad-skipping feature heard in a New York court, rather than in Los Angeles as the networks preferred.

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kendra

Fort Collins, CO

#1 Jul 13, 2012
Why donít CBS, FOX, and NBC exec want consumers to enjoy commercial-free TV? Itís what we want! Iím a customer and employee of Dish, and I think AutoHop is great because you can easily watch commercial-free TV. A well known consumer advocacy group, Public Knowledge, agrees that people should have the right to control how they watch TV. Theyíre taking a stand for consumers by creating a petition that tells CBS, FOX, and NBC media to keep their hands out of your living room and DVR. Sign their petition to keep control of how you watch TV http://bit.ly/KFdn1Q

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