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“Ellen,” Jay Leno and “Sunday Night Football” are among the viewing casualties of a contract impasse between DISH Network and the media group that owns three television stations in western and southwestern Montana.
Georgia native Spencer “Spence” Erwin and his wife, Mary Catherine Erwin, came to Montana to ski and wound up moving here.
Depending on who’s talking, Dish Network’s controversial commercial-skipping video recorder is either the coolest home entertainment innovation since high-definition TV or a doomsday device that could ruin broadcasters.
Harold Sutton, who recently leased his massive warehouse on the West End of Billings, said he is happy to find a tenant, and possible buyer, with a business plan ambitious enough to handle his 70,000-square-foot building.
The Radio Shack store in Hamilton is offering a free gun to qualifying customers who sign up for new Dish Network service. The promotion has brought a lot of people into the store and tripled the store’s business. To read the story CLICK HERE.
Carroll College's bid for a seventh NAIA football championship Saturday afternoon will be televised on the CBS Sports Network.
HAMILTON — Hamilton RadioShack owner Steve Strand may be reveling in the newfound fame brought on by his free gun promotion, but those at the RadioShack corporation are none too pleased.
The Radio Shack store in Hamilton is offering a free gun to qualifying customers who sign up for new Dish Network service. The promotion has brought a lot of people into the store and tripled the store’s business.
When driving down U.S. Highway 93 through Hamilton, there's no need to do a double-take when you see the sign hanging above the Radio Shack Super Store.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A satellite television service company plans to expand its facility in Cheyenne with a new data center that will employ up to 15 professionals. EchoStar Broadcasting announced Monday that it chose Cheyenne out of more than 50 sites nationwide. The company expects the 77,000…
CHEYENNE - Wyoming will receive about $25,000 from Dish Network as part of a $6 million multistate settlement announced Friday regarding alleged unfair and deceptive sales practices by the satellite TV operator.