Los Angeles
– Satellite TV provider DISH Network (NASD: DISH) plans to launch its own "TV
Everywhere" website as soon as this summer, providing subscribers with
online access to a range of the channels they subscribe to on DISH, Multichannel
News reported.

The service is expected to launch first as an invitation-only
beta, before opening up a bit more during the summer and into September,"
Bruce Eisen, DISH’s vice president of online content development and strategy,
told Multichannel News.

Comcast has already launched a TV Everywhere-type
service, and operators including Time Warner Cable, DirecTV, AT&T and
Verizon have similar plans in the works.


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  1. Hi my name is Jason, I do work for DISH Network, but I live on the internet, so my sling adapter is essential to a lot of y viewing needs. DISH Online is a great outlet of programming, and as in everything it doesn’t get big overnight, takes time to build up any type of website. But every month seems to be a little more content on DISH online. But the sling technology is so much more then access to online content, it allows you to watch your recorded DVR’s anywhere, and live TV anywhere through the sling technology.