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Topic - Dbsd North America Inc.
Satellite TV provider Dish Network Corp. has completed its purchase of two satellite operators whose wireless licenses it hopes to use to offer broadband access that can help it compete better with cable TV and phone companies.
Joe Clayton, the incoming chief executive of Dish Network Corp., said Thursday that more acquisitions are on the horizon as the satellite TV provider pieces together a "new video model" to compete with other pay TV operators and rising stars such as Netflix Inc.