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August 29, 2006

EchoStar Settles With Everyone Except Fox

EchoStar will pay the broadcast networks $100 million to settle the suit against it for transmitting distant signals to markets served by local affiliates.  The terms allow EchoStar to keep on broadcasting.  Fox has not settled, and that's no surprise as Rupert Murdoch owns it and competitor DirecTV. 

Stories are in USA Today, the Houston Chronicle, and Forbes.

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