With revenue up 13% and net income up 24%, DISH’s 4Q results paint a pretty picture. But much of the satellite op’s future depends on the FCC’s approval of its spectrum for wireless services. Execs and analysts weigh in on what’s in store. (Ed Note: premium subscription required.)
Also in today’s CableFAX Daily:
*The Obama Administration unveiled the “Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights” Thursday, which aims to give consumers more control over how their personal info is used on the Internet. NCTA pres/CEO Michael Powell and ad weigh in.
*Starz content left Netflix on Tuesday, but already relationships with other distributors have been infused with a “renewed energy.” A look at its originals strategy and upcoming digital developments.
*Facebook ranks as the top website visited while watching TV, according to Nielsen and NM Incite’s 1st Consumer Report. A summary of the study’s key findings on consumer behavior while viewing television.

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Lazarus Still an Olympic Hopeful

With the launch of Peacock officially complete, Mark Lazarus is hoping that the 2021 Olympics will be key to getting the streamer to cruising altitude.

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