The Federal Communications Commission has given Dish Networks the nod to switch spectrum currently used for satellite communications over to wireless use.
Google's ambitions are pretty broad - and it may be about to move into a whole new area. According to the Wall Street Journal, it's in discussions with satellite TV company Dish about launching its own wireless service.
Fox has suffered a big setback in its attempts to block Dish Network's ad-skipping digital video recorder, with a judge rejecting a preliminary injunction against the company.
After four years' wrangling, Cablevision and AMC Networks have settled their legal case against Dish Network, and Dish has started broadcasting AMC's channels once again.
The Federal Trade Commission has launched a lawsuit against Dish Network for violating 'do not call' regulations.
Dish will be serving up live satellite TV on a variety of mobile devices, including Android smartphones, iPads, iPhones, iPod Touches and BlackBerries.
Google's testing a TV search service in conjunction with Dish Network, allowing users to search content from Dish and other sources such as YouTube.