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Topic - Dave Shull
Dave Shull, Dish's chief commercial officer, said Dish's offering will target people ages 18 to 34 who live in apartment buildings, don't have multiple TV sets and "are looking at something that is lower-priced and doesn't come with the traditional pay TV commitment."
"AMC Networks requires us to carry low-rated channels like IFC and WE to access a few popular AMC shows. The math is simple: It's not a good value for our customers," said Dave Shull, senior vice president of programming for Dish.