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Last Updated: Jul 2, 2019 5:36 p.m. EDT Delayed quote

$39.17

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After Hours Volume: 51.9K
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Volume: 4M 65 Day Avg. - 2.6M
Open: 38.81
Close: 39.17
38.53 Day Low/High 41.18
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23.22 52 Week Low/High 41.39

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Key Data

  • Open $38.81
  • Day Range 38.53 - 41.18
  • 52 Week Range 23.22 - 41.39
  • Market Cap $18.02B
  • Shares Outstanding 230.73M
  • Public Float 221.15M
  • Beta 1.13
  • Rev. per Employee $851.33K
  • P/E Ratio 13.32
  • EPS $2.94
  • Yield n/a
  • Dividend n/a
  • Ex-Dividend Date n/a
  • Short Interest 15.57M 06/14/19
  • % of Float Shorted 7.04%
  • Average Volume 2.58M

Performance

5 Day
  • 3.68%
1 Month
  • 8.06%
3 Month
  • 17.91%
YTD
  • 56.87%
1 Year
  • 17.95%

Recent News

  • MarketWatch
  • WSJ

T-Mobile and Dish agree to divestiture deal, subject to regulatory approval: CNBC

Dish Network Corp. shares were rising in Tuesday trading after CNBC reported that T-Mobile US Inc. has struck a divestiture deal with the satellite company. The deal is pending concerns from the Department of Justice and the parties hope a formal arrangement is reached next week, according to the report, which cites multiple anonymous sources. The Justice Department wants T-Mobile to divest assets in order for its deal with Sprint Corp. to gain approval, as regulators are looking to maintain a competitive wireless environment. Dish shares are up 2.6% in morning trading, while T-Mobile shares are up 1% and Sprint shares are up 4%. The S&P 500 is down 0.1% in the session.

Barron's

6 Questions About the Beleaguered Merger of T-Mobile and Sprint

The Justice Department appears close to approving the $26 billion merger of T-Mobile and Sprint, with a few conditions. To get a deal done, both Sprint and T-Mobile appear to be doing some serious contortions that raise questions about future antitrust policy.

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Verizon risks losing a key 5G battle to AT&T and T-Mobile, says analyst

FCC probes Sinclair over Tribune Media bid

The Federal Communications Commission is investigating whether Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. misled the government agency during its unsuccessful attempt to buy Tribune Media Co. last year. In a June 25 letter to Sinclair viewed by The Wall Street Journal, the FCC said it is investigating whether the nation's biggest owner of local television stations "engaged in misrepresentation and/or lack of candor" with the agency when it was seeking approval for the $3.9 billion deal.

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T-Mobile, Sprint closer to clinching deal: 5 things to know

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Here’s why you’re not using Facebook Messenger or Amazon’s Alexa to call customer support

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‘A bad deal is worse than no deal at all,’ analyst says of Dish’s reported interest in Sprint assets

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Stocks close higher as social media, real estate shares lead

Barron's

Dish Buying Wireless Assets Could Be a ‘Win-Win,’ Citigroup Says

Dish Network reportedly wants to buy wireless assets to become the U.S.’s fourth major wireless provider. Such a purchase could be good for its credit profile, Citigroup says.

Barron's

Dish Stock Is Up as the Dow Squeaks Higher

Stocks were poised to start the week slightly higher as investors zoom in on meetings at the Federal Reserve and other central banks this week.

Dish's rumored interest in purchasing T-Mobile/Sprint assets isn't 'sensible for anyone involved,' says analyst

MoffettNathanson analyst Craig Moffett questioned why T-Mobile US Inc. is "still trying so hard" to complete its pending deal for Sprint Corp. , following reports indicating that Dish Network Corp. is the leading bidder to buy assets that the wireless carriers would have to shed for merger approval. "What the deal really boiled down to was two things: spectrum and industry structure," Moffett wrote. "One might then reasonably ask: why would T-Mobile or Deutsche Telekom ever agree to a remedy that forfeits both benefits in order to get the deal done?" He argued that Dish, after hypothetically buying spectrum and the prepaid Boost Mobile business from Sprint, might partner with a company like Amazon.com Inc. to help build up its network. "We're not sure why that deal is sensible for anyone involved," Moffett wrote, given that Dish "already has more spectrum than they know what to do with" and wouldn't see much overlap between its rural satellite TV business and Boost's urban prepaid business. Boost would also face distribution issues. "At the end of the day, a bad deal is worse than no deal at all," Moffett wrote. "And, absent a deal, T-Mobile would seemingly be in a good position to poach an awful lot of Sprint's subscribers... without having to pay for them."

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Dish leads bidding to scoop up assets from Sprint, T-Mobile

Dish Network discusses opposition to Sprint-T-Mobile U.S. merger, according to FCC file

Dish Network Corp. has talked this week with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission about its opposition of the merger of Sprint Corp. and T-Mobile U.S. Inc. , according to a FCC filing. In a letter to FCC Secretary Marlene Dortch, Jeffrey Blum, senior vice president of public policy and government affairs for Dish, summarized a June 11 meeting with the FCC and certain officials of the Department of Justice's antitrust division. "During the meeting, Dish discussed its opposition to the proposed merger of Sprint and T-Mobile as currently constructed," Blum wrote. "Consistent with its filings in the above-captioned proceeding, DISH explained the need for a minimum of four nationwide mobile network operators (MNOs). DISH also discussed the impact of the proposed merger on DISH's market entry and its wireless buildout plans." The proposed merger has faced scrutiny since it wasannounced in April 2018. Dish's stock was little changed in midday trading Friday, while shares of both Sprint and T-Mobile slipped 0.2% and the S&P 500 fell 0.3%.

Barron's

The Case for a Deal Between Dish and AT&T’s DirecTV

Another Wall Street analyst has weighed in on the potential benefits and drawbacks of a merger between Dish Network and DirecTV, and he says the deal should be a go.

Barron's

AT&T Should Sell DirecTV to Dish. Regulators Might Say Yes This Time.

It might be time to try again for a merger of AT&T’s DirecTV and Dish.

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Amazon’s supposed interest in Sprint’s Boost Mobile is ‘economically insane,’ says analyst

Barron's

Artificial Intelligence Isn’t Just About Cutting Costs. It’s Also About Growth.

Instead of looking to cut headcount, smart CEOs will see opportunities for new revenue.

Barron's

Amazon Is Looking at Buying Boost Mobile, Report Says

Sprint owns the provider of prepaid mobile-phone services, but is expected to sell it as part of its planned merger with T-Mobile US.

Barron's

The Sprint and T-Mobile Merger Saga Continues

The $26 billion deal to unite Sprint and T-Mobile secured the backing of the head of the FCC, but high hurdles remain to the deal securing final regulatory approval.

Barron's

T-Mobile, Sprint Stocks Take Off as FCC Backs Merger

The companies agreed to deploy a 5G network covering 97% of the population, reaching deep into rural areas, within 3 years.

Dish Network Names Company Insider CFO As It Reshapes Its Business

The Englewood, Colo.-based company on Tuesday said it has appointed Paul W. Orban as executive vice president and chief financial officer.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Streaming Service Challenges Broadcasters with Free TV Feeds

A streaming service that offers free broadcast TV to cord-cutters is winning support from some big media players, five years after a similar venture was quashed in court.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

FCC Investigates Whether Sinclair Showed ‘Lack of Candor’ When Trying to Buy Tribune

The Federal Communications Commission is investigating whether Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. misled the government agency during its unsuccessful attempt to buy Tribune Media Co. last year.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

5G Push Slowed by Squabbles Over ‘Sweet Spot’ of U.S. Airwaves

U.S. wireless companies’ limited access to some of the nation’s most valuable airwaves threatens to slow down their plans to build faster 5G networks.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Sprint Deal Now a Regulatory Joke

Dish’s Charlie Ergen has turned federal approval into a rent-seeking circus.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Stocks to Watch: Dish Network, Chewy, Home Depot, Pfizer and More

Dish Network, Chewy and Amazon.com are some of the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Monday’s session.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

How Government Can Get Brave About Spectrum

Ignore the groups that gripe about a taxpayer rip-off. The public benefits when airwaves trade freely.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Dish Leads Bidding to Buy Assets From Sprint, T-Mobile

Dish Network is leading the race to scoop up assets that the Justice Department forces Sprint and T-Mobile to divest of to save their $26 billion deal.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

To Stop Robocalls, Parties Need to Understand Who Is a Robocaller

There is little debate that robocalls meant to deceive consumers are bad, and that calls from schools or doctors’ offices are typically benign. It is the large middle ground of calls to consumers by legitimate businesses where the FCC hasn’t set clear rules.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

AT&T Eyes $16- to $17-a-Month Streaming Service in Strategy Shift

AT&T’s WarnerMedia has abandoned its plan for a three-tiered streaming service and instead will likely package HBO, sister channel Cinemax and the vast library of Warner Bros. TV shows and movies into one offering at a price of between $16 and $17 a month.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Dish Network to Buy EchoStar’s Broadcast Satellite Business

Dish Network reached a deal to buy EchoStar’s broadcast satellite-service business for about $800 million in stock, as the company brings in-house operations it split off more than a decade ago.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Stocks to Watch: Sprint, Caterpillar, Tesla, Alphabet

Caterpillar, Sprint, Mylan, Coty, Tesla, Alphabet, Under Armour, and Dish Network are among Monday’s stocks to watch.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

ESPN President Courts a New Generation of Sports Fans

James Pitaro discusses the evolution of cable bundles, the growth in virtual-reality content and the need for sports newscasts in an era of ubiquitous highlights.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

No Reason for Netflix Investors to Chill

Netflix is leaning on credit markets to fund its ambitious and costly content plans. Debt investors aren’t particularly worried, but perhaps they should be.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

TV Networks Creating Targeted-Ad Capabilities

Major TV programmers are starting to advance on the $2 billion addressable-TV-ad business, which lets advertisers serve different commercials to different households watching the same shows.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Viacom CEO Charges Less for Channels in Bid for Long-Term Growth

Viacom accepted a cut in payments for carriage of its TV channels including MTV and Nickelodeon in its recent distribution deal struck with AT&T—a sign of shifting clout in the cable industry.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Cord-Cutting Clips Dish Network’s Profit

Company loses 266,000 satellite customers as dispute with HBO drags on; executives promise ‘state-of-the-art’ wireless network.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Stocks to Watch: Expedia, CBS, Activision Blizzard, Altice USA, U.S. Steel, Herbalife

Companies with shares expected to trade actively in Friday’s session include Expedia, CBS, Activision Blizzard, Altice USA and U.S. Steel

  • on The Wall Street Journal

AT&T’s Pay-TV Subscribers Continue to Flee

AT&T’s pay-TV subscriber base eroded further, adding pressure on the company to develop a new streaming service aimed at cord-cutters.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

‘Game of Thrones’ Returns as Mother of Ratings

A record 17.4 million people tuned in Sunday night for the beginning of the end of HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” according to Nielsen and the network.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Recent News

  • Other News
  • Press Releases

Nasdaq Today: Use Caution on Apple, Roku and Uber? 

Nasdaq Today: Use Caution on Apple, Roku and Uber? 

  • on InvestorPlace.com

DOJ wants more concessions in reported Dish/T-Mobile deal - CNBC

DOJ wants more concessions in reported Dish/T-Mobile deal - CNBC

  • on Seeking Alpha

Dish Network Names Company Insider CFO As It Reshapes Its Business

The Englewood, Colo.-based company on Tuesday said it has appointed Paul W. Orban as executive vice president and chief financial officer.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Faber: T-Mobile, Dish A Step Closer To Finalizing Divestiture

Faber: T-Mobile, Dish A Step Closer To Finalizing Divestiture

  • on benzinga.com

T-Mobile, Dish agree on divestitures for Sprint merger - CNBC

T-Mobile, Dish agree on divestitures for Sprint merger - CNBC

  • on Seeking Alpha

Streaming Service Challenges Broadcasters with Free TV Feeds

A streaming service that offers free broadcast TV to cord-cutters is winning support from some big media players, five years after a similar venture was quashed in court.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Jobs Day, Tesla Deliveries And Dazzling Dividends (Stocks To Watch Podcast)

Jobs Day, Tesla Deliveries And Dazzling Dividends (Stocks To Watch Podcast)

  • on Seeking Alpha

Worst Week For REITs Of 2019 As REIT Rejuvenation Loses Steam

Worst Week For REITs Of 2019 As REIT Rejuvenation Loses Steam

  • on Seeking Alpha

Stocks To Watch: Jobs Day, Tesla Deliveries And Dazzling Dividends

Stocks To Watch: Jobs Day, Tesla Deliveries And Dazzling Dividends

  • on Seeking Alpha

Dish advances in spectrum talks with parents of Sprint, T-Mobile - CNBC

Dish advances in spectrum talks with parents of Sprint, T-Mobile - CNBC

  • on Seeking Alpha

FCC Investigates Whether Sinclair Showed ‘Lack of Candor’ When Trying to Buy Tribune

The Federal Communications Commission is investigating whether Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. misled the government agency during its unsuccessful attempt to buy Tribune Media Co. last year.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Dish talks over Sprint/T-Mobile to go another week - CNBC

Dish talks over Sprint/T-Mobile to go another week - CNBC

  • on Seeking Alpha

Another Surge In The Urge To Merge, What Sectors To Trade

Another Surge In The Urge To Merge, What Sectors To Trade

  • on Seeking Alpha

Will Spurt in Addressable TV Ads Mar FB, GOOGL's Duopoly?

Competition in advertising market gathers steam with television industry poised to take a major leap with addressable advertising.

  • on Zacks.com

5G Push Slowed by Squabbles Over ‘Sweet Spot’ of U.S. Airwaves

U.S. wireless companies’ limited access to some of the nation’s most valuable airwaves threatens to slow down their plans to build faster 5G networks.

  • on The Wall Street Journal

Dish Network far away from wrapping Sprint/T-Mobile asset deal - report

Dish Network far away from wrapping Sprint/T-Mobile asset deal - report

  • on Seeking Alpha

DISH's Biggest Risk Factor May Disappear Next Week, Stock Could Surge

DISH's Biggest Risk Factor May Disappear Next Week, Stock Could Surge

  • on Seeking Alpha

Verizon could disrupt wireless merger with bold Dish purchase - Citi

Verizon could disrupt wireless merger with bold Dish purchase - Citi

  • on Seeking Alpha

Sprint/T-Mobile divestment deal likely to gain approval - CNBC

Sprint/T-Mobile divestment deal likely to gain approval - CNBC

  • on Seeking Alpha

Slack Goes Public Via Direct Listing (Wall Street Breakfast Podcast)

Slack Goes Public Via Direct Listing (Wall Street Breakfast Podcast)

  • on Seeking Alpha

S&P 500 Movers: INFO, DISH

S&P 500 Movers: INFO, DISH

  • on MarketNewsVideo.com

DISH Names Paul W. Orban CFO

DISH Names Paul W. Orban CFO

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

DISH introduces 'DISH Fiber,' combined Wi-Fi and live streaming TV solution for multifamily communities

DISH introduces 'DISH Fiber,' combined Wi-Fi and live streaming TV solution for multifamily communities

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

DISH delivers new innovations to hotel TV entertainment experience; launches Netflix on EVOLVE® platform, unveils property-wide live streaming TV service

DISH delivers new innovations to hotel TV entertainment experience; launches Netflix on EVOLVE® platform, unveils property-wide live streaming TV service

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

Amify Hires New Chief Marketing Officer, Continues Upward Expansion

Amify Hires New Chief Marketing Officer, Continues Upward Expansion

  • on BusinessWire - BZX

Mobile Satellite TV Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2019 - 2025

Mobile Satellite TV Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment, 2019 - 2025

  • on Heraldkeeper

Qualtrics CustomerXM Sees Record Growth As World's Leading Brands Select Qualtrics to Deliver Breakthrough Experiences

Qualtrics CustomerXM Sees Record Growth As World's Leading Brands Select Qualtrics to Deliver Breakthrough Experiences

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

InvestorsObserver releases stock and option data on Comcast, DISH Network, Electronic Arts, Levi Strauss, and Molina Healthcare

InvestorsObserver releases stock and option data on Comcast, DISH Network, Electronic Arts, Levi Strauss, and Molina Healthcare

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

Mobile Satellite TV Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2025 | AT&T, DiBcom, DISH Network, KVH Industries & Nagravision

Mobile Satellite TV Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2025 | AT&T, DiBcom, DISH Network, KVH Industries & Nagravision

  • on ABNewswire

Tuesday's ETF with Unusual Volume: SPHB

Tuesday's ETF with Unusual Volume: SPHB

  • on MarketNewsVideo.com

S&P 500 Movers: KSS, DISH

S&P 500 Movers: KSS, DISH

  • on MarketNewsVideo.com

S&P 500 Movers: KEYS, NWS

S&P 500 Movers: KEYS, NWS

  • on MarketNewsVideo.com

DISH to Acquire EchoStar's BSS Business in an All-Stock, Tax-Free Transaction Valued at Approximately $800 million

DISH to Acquire EchoStar's BSS Business in an All-Stock, Tax-Free Transaction Valued at Approximately $800 million

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

EchoStar Announces Agreement to Transfer BSS Business to DISH

EchoStar Announces Agreement to Transfer BSS Business to DISH

  • on PR Newswire - PRF

TV and Radio Subscription Market | Industry Insight 2019-2025 Covered players - Bell Media, CBS, Comcast, Cox Communications, DISH Network, Pandora Radio, Sky

TV and Radio Subscription Market | Industry Insight 2019-2025 Covered players - Bell Media, CBS, Comcast, Cox Communications, DISH Network, Pandora Radio, Sky

  • on marketresearchupdates.com

Factors of Influence in 2019, Key Indicators and Opportunity within DISH Network, Laredo Petroleum, Intuitive Surgical, and Kulicke and Soffa Industries -- New Research Emphasizes Economic Growth

Factors of Influence in 2019, Key Indicators and Opportunity within DISH Network, Laredo Petroleum, Intuitive Surgical, and Kulicke and Soffa Industries -- New Research Emphasizes Economic Growth

  • on GlobeNewswire

Factors of Influence in 2019, Key Indicators and Opportunity within DISH Network, Laredo Petroleum, Intuitive Surgical, and Kulicke and Soffa Industries -- New Research Emphasizes Economic Growth

Factors of Influence in 2019, Key Indicators and Opportunity within DISH Network, Laredo Petroleum, Intuitive Surgical, and Kulicke and Soffa Industries -- New Research Emphasizes Economic Growth

  • on GlobeNewswire

Excellent growth of TV and Radio Subscription Market- Comprehensive study by key players: Bell Media, CBS, Comcast, Cox Communications, DISH Network, Pandora Radio, Sky

Excellent growth of TV and Radio Subscription Market- Comprehensive study by key players: Bell Media, CBS, Comcast, Cox Communications, DISH Network, Pandora Radio, Sky

  • on marketresearchupdates.com

DISH Network Corp. to Host Earnings Call

DISH Network Corp. to Host Earnings Call

  • on ACCESSWIRE

DISH Gains on Q1 Numbers

DISH Gains on Q1 Numbers

  • on Baystreet.ca

DISH Network Corp. Cl A

DISH Network Corp. is a holding company, which engages in the provision of pay-tv services. It operates through Pay-TV and Wireless segments. The Pay-TV segment is offered under the DISH brand and Sling brand. The Wireless segment refers to the wireless spectrum licenses and related assets. The company was founded by Charles W. Ergen, Cantey W. Ergen and James DeFranco in 1980 and is headquartered in Englewood, CO. (See Full Profile)

Analyst Ratings

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Number of Ratings 20 Full Ratings

Competitors

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Charter Communications Inc. Cl A 0.24% $88.9B
Netflix Inc. 0.22% $160.6B
Walt Disney Co. 0.62% $251.31B
America Movil S.A.B. de C.V. ADR Series L 0.27% $32.67B
EchoStar Corp. 0.83% $4.24B
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