Dish Network's Clayton sees potential in Internet video, but programming costs remain an issue

Dish Network's (Nasdaq: DISH) President and CEO Joseph Clayton sees the value in offering live networks on the Internet, but the one problem is that programmers would have to sell their content for a lower price "than they do today for linear TV." Steve Donohue, editor of FierceCable, talked with Clayton about its over-the-top video plans and his thoughts on TV consolidation, and 4K Ultra HD TV during the recent Consumer Electronics Show. Read more

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