The Hopper DVR introduced by the Dish Network was not warmly embraced by some providers at its inception. But the Disney Company has found an innovative and amicable solution with Dish Network. The deal grants rights to Dish to stream Disney and Disney-subsidiary channels online. In exchange Dish’s Hopper customers would be hindered from skipping ads (a highlighted feature of the service) for a period of at least three days following the original air date.

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Teza White a native of the DC/Metro Region. She is 2013 graduate of The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law and was recently sworn in member of the State of Maryland.  Her interests cover the spectrum of Intellectual Property, Entertainment Law, and Sports Law issues with a focus on copyright, trademark, privacy, free speech, and ethical regulations.

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