Press Release

Windstream offers DISH Remote Access service to give customers anywhere access to DVR

Broadband customers have full remote connection to television recordings

Release date: Jul 2, 2009

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Windstream (NYSE: WIN) is offering DISH Network’s DISH Remote Access service, a new feature that gives customers a convenient way to access their DVR anytime, anywhere broadband service is available.

With DISH Remote Access, customers will never miss a recording. The service lets customers find and record television programs from Internet connected devices, all for no additional charge. In addition, customers that have their DVR connected to Windstream broadband can access additional video on demand content.

“The DISH Remote Access feature provides customers with an easy way to keep up with their DVR recordings on the go,” said Don Perkins, Windstream vice president of product marketing. “In today’s busy world, Windstream is offering our customers a variety of advanced technology products to make their lives easier.”

DISH Remote Access allows viewers to access all the features of a DISH Network DVR remote control, including browsing the program guide to search for shows, scheduling DVR recordings, setting and deleting timers and controlling recording priorities.

“DISH Remote Access provides the most robust online DVR interface available,” said Ira Bahr, chief marketing officer for DISH Network. “No other service compares to the level of DVR control that DISH Remote Access offers. Not only can customers remotely set recordings, but they can also see and manage their DVRs in real time, as if they were at home.”

Customers must have a DISH Network ViP® Series DVR receiver connected to Windstream broadband service in order to utilize the convenience of DISH Remote Access.

For further information about Windstream products, visit

About DISH Network Corporation
DISH Network Corporation (Nasdaq: DISH), the nation’s HD leader, provides approximately 13.584 million satellite TV customers as of March 31, 2009 with the highest quality programming and technology at the best value, including the lowest all-digital price nationwide. Customers have access to hundreds of video and audio channels, the most HD channels, the most international channels, state-of-the-art interactive TV applications, and award-winning HD and DVR technology including 1080p Video on Demand and the DuoDVRTM ViP® 722 DVR, a CNET and PC Magazine “Editors’ Choice.” DISH Network is included in the Nasdaq-100 Index (NDX) and is a Fortune 250 company. Visit

About Windstream
Windstream Corporation is an S&P 500 company that provides high-speed Internet, digital phone and high-definition video and entertainment services to residential and business customers in 16 states. The company has approximately 3 million access lines and about $3.2 billion in annual revenues. Windstream is ranked 4th in the 2009 BusinessWeek 50 ranking of the best performing U.S. companies. For more information, visit

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