Dish Networks CEO spills the beans on strategy

Dish Network (DISH -0.9%) CEO Joseph Clayton believes there will be more consolidation in the Pay-TV sector, but that doesn't mean his company will have to run right off to DirecTV to work on a merger deal.

From a strategic standpoint, Clayton says the wireless business still has a lot of growth potential as opposed to a combination with DirecTV that leaves Dish in a mature and saturated market.

On spectrum strategy: "The bandwidth gives us the capability to compete."

FierceCable's interview with Joseph Clayton.

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  • vincent mcbride
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    Dish needs to partner with T-Mobile and become a real player in the US wireless market. You already have 700 MHz that would fit very nice with the 700 MHz spectrum just picked up from VZ at a great price. But please you must keep all hands off the John the Rebel CEO.
    26 Jan 2014, 12:37 AM Reply Like
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