Trademark of the Week- Dish Network
Dish Network Corporation also known as Dish Network, is a U.S television service provider. The company is the owner of direct broad cast service provider DISH and internet service provider Sling TV.
The company came into existence after it spun off from its parent company Echostar in 2008 which was another television distributor company in 1980. In March 1997, the company started using the name Dish Network.
The company got registration over the mark by USPTO with registration number 2088761 on 19th August 1997. As a reason of which we are remembering the glory of this brand by making it our “Trademark of the Week”.
With time, the company has adopted different kind of technologies for the betterment of their services. In 1999 the company started providing High Definition Television, along with that, the company has been providing different kind of satellite antenna and satellite.
Because of their high quality services, today the company has more than 580 thousand broadband subscribers.
The company has been under controversy because of their certain feature called Auto Hopper, in which they used to provide some programs without any television commercial.
They also have been accused of using illegal telemarketing tactics, and not disclosing terminating charges, also in some patent battle and many more. However, after all this the company stands strong and has acquired rank 546 in the Forbes global 2000.
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