Plenty to Watch on the Dish Channel Guide

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Look to the Dish channel guide to see what’s on TV tonight. Dish Networks is one of the most well-known Satellite TV providers and is also an award-winning company. They’re known for their unbeatable value, the most movies, amazing 24/7 customer service, and for being a tight family-run company since 1980.

With Dish Television, they honor their company mission which is “to be the very best at delivering video anywhere, anytime,” and they definitely succeed considering their estimated 14 million subscribers. Installation is free, and comes with access to free HD channels for 24 months.

Even the Basic Packages Offer a Lot

The channels that you get with Dish vary depending on what package deal or other offer you sign up for, but no matter how you choose to order your Dish services, there are channels for everyone in the family. The Dish channel guide boasts a wide variety of programming, with an additional list of pay-per-view channels that you can browse to find even more movies and television shows to watch. The most popular channels that Dish offers with their basic packages include:

  • Comedy Central
  • Lifetime
  • Food Network
  • The History Channel
  • Syfy
  • ESPN
  • MTV
  • Spike TV
  • Nickelodeon
  • The Disney Channel
  • Cartoon Network
  • ABC Family
  • Fox News
  • The Weather Channel

Dish Network’s Package Deal Offers

One of the many great things about Dish is the amazing package deals that they offer. They have special packages that focus on three main sections: English, Latino and International.

Each section includes at least two deals that provide you with a certain number of specific channels that focus on the section’s topic that might interest you. In the English section, there are four different choices for packages ranging from 190 channels to over 260 channels. The Latino section gives you three different choices of from 185 channels to more than 260 channels including TeleFutura, Galavision and even CineLatino. Lastly, their last package option for their International option has a choice between International basic, which includes over 20 channels, or the Chinese basic package, which includes over 18 channels.

All three of the most commonly bought packages for Dish come with the Hopper upgrade. This upgrade allows you to skip commercials instantly, so that you can watch your favorite television shows without the pesky interruption that commercials can bring. It also works as a DVR, and you can record and store up to 2,000 hours of content on it. Comparing that to what other companies offer, that’s twice the amount of space that you can get. You can even set it up so that you can record up to six shows at the same time, which comes in handy when you have more than one show that you want to watch that air at the same time.

Perks of Signing Up For Dish Packages

The Hopper isn’t the only upgrade that comes free with the popular packages. If you sign up online, you will also normally get a three-month subscription to some of the high demand premium channels for free, including:

  • HBO
  • Blockbuster @Home
  • Cinemax
  • Showtime
  • Starz

Though the Blockbuster franchise may not have any stores, they definitely are close with Dish Entertainment and have their own package deal for you. If you order Blockbuster @Home, you get amazing channels like the Hallmark Movie Channel, LOGO, FX Movie Channel, Starz Cinema, EPIX, and even the Sony Movie Channel.

With Blockbuster @Home, there are three different ways to use the product you ordered. First, you can use it on your TV with the 15 movie channels it provides. Secondly, you can use Blockbuster @Home On Demand through the Internet to watch tons of available movies on demand. Lastly, you have the choice of getting your movies on your computer, or on any device that allows the downloading of apps. Please note, however, that you must have Internet capability in order to use Blockbuster @Home.

How to Locate the Channels: Dish Channel Guide

There are a number of ways to find the channel or network you want to watch as a DISH subscriber. As I was looking things up for this article, I also found this handy list that someone put together that also contains their current pricing structure for their most popular packages. If I’ve got my tablet or laptop nearby (which I always do), my favorite DISH channel guide is actually TV Guide. Give it a little information (zip code and DISH as your provider) and you’re good to go.

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