Dish Network Currently Offers A Free High-Definition Receiver


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Can you imagine somehow having to go to back to watching only three or four networks? What if television was still broadcast in the old black and white? Does anyone even remember that? I love to have choices such as ESPN and TCM (Turner Classic Movies) and the sheer magnitude of content that Dish Network Satellite TV provides twenty-four hours a day. It doesn’t matter what schedule you adhere to—there is always great programming on the dish. I was watching TCM last night, and Jimmy Stewart was a hero and an oilman in “Thunder Bay” from 1953. It was beautifully shot with scenes of clouds, sky and the deep blue ocean.

It was a glimpse into our shared past, where the country was beginning to enjoy its newfound prosperity, and the acting by Stewart and his co-stars was sincere and solid. There are no commercials on that channel— perhaps the best part! That’s what I love about the programming packages of Dish Network; with the remote in hand, there is no limit to where you can go. For example All this month, TCM is featuring the work of a celebrated Japanese animator every Thursday night at nine o’clock Eastern. Hayao Miyazaki was a cult figure to a select American audience of Japanese comic books and anime until the 1999 release in the US of his masterpiece “Princess Mononoke" which was redubbed with the voices of Billy Bob Thornton, Claire Danes, Billy Crudup and Minnie Driver. He is known as the “Japanese Walt Disney, " and his Film “Totoro” is not to be missed. I daresay there is no cable company in the US that will come close to offering that many channels for such a low price. And for many of us the most important factor is the cost. If you are lucky enough or smart enough to already have a high definition television (HDTV), you will want a HD receiver and HD programming. Dish Network offers the most High-Def programming around and they are currently offering a free High-Definition receiver for new subscribers. Along with being a great new piece of technology that customers love, it has a hard-drive that will enable you record programming, stop and rewind live television, and keep track of your favorite programming without having to schedule your life around the actual broadcasts of your best shows.

In addition to the movie, sports and news channels and more with Dish Network, they also boast the most International programming available. There are movies, sports, music videos, family-oriented programming news and more from all over the world. The Dish-Latino Max package has over 30 channels in Spanish and more than 130 English channels. Great Wall Television has extensive Chinese programming with 17 channels in Chinese. There is also programming in over 25 different languages including, Greek, Korean, Polish, Urdu, Farsi, Russian, French, and Japanese.

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