Transfer Your DVR Shows to Mobile: A Step-by-Step Guide

Today’s television viewers expect to be able to watch their favorite shows whenever they want, wherever they go. And why not? Technology has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years, and with it, viewers’ desires for accessibility and convenience have skyrocketed. If you’re a DISH customer looking to manage your mobile content or transfer […]

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How to Set Up Your Amazon Fire TV and DISH Anywhere App

With more consumers streaming content than ever before, Amazon and DISH network aim to make it easier for people to access their favorite shows. This first occurred through the DISH Anywhere app. It continues to happen through the integration of DISH Anywhere with the Amazon Fire TV and Stick. Here’s what you need to know […]

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Top 5 Safe Websites to Shop on This Holiday

The holidays are around the corner along with some of the best shopping deals of the year, as well as the biggest shopping crowds. Snagging the bargains you want online is a great way to avoid the drama of your favorite stores (does anyone really want to stand in line for hours?), but it’s important […]

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How To: Pairing Your Remote and DISH Receiver

Whether you’re just getting started with your new DISH receiver, you’ve lost your old remote in the black hole underneath your couch, or you just want an additional control for your TV, you’ll need to pair the device to your receiver before you can use it. Thankfully, this user-friendly process is easy to do, and […]

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Everything You Need—and Want—to Know about Star Trek: Discovery

Star Trek fans, rejoice! Star Trek has returned to television, sort of, this fall season with the new Discovery series. If you’ve seen the premiere and want to know more about this show or you’re just wanting more information on this space-age series, read on. We’ll give you all the details below. What’s Star Trek: […]

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The 10 Best Tailgates in College Football

The origins of tailgates are tough to nail down. Some trace it back to the Battle of Bull Run, where Union-side observers brought baskets of food to watch the fighting and cheer on their preferred “team.” But without sports or vehicles involved in the event, can it really be tailgating? The first college tailgate took […]

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