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By Matt Kibbe
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Topic - Joe Clayton
A dispute over fees threatens to leave more than 2 million Dish subscribers in 19 cities without access to local television stations owned by Gannett just as the fall TV season is starting.
The weak economy is hitting Americans where they spend a lot of their free time: at the TV set.
The weak economy is hitting Americans where they spend a lot of their free time: in front of the TV.
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.
"We always stand with the consumer. That means sometimes we'll have lawsuits," Dish CEO Joe Clayton said in an interview ahead of the show.
Dish CEO Joe Clayton said the complaint about the Hopper is unfounded partly because a "very small percentage" of its customers currently have one.