DISH Now Offering MLB EXTRA INNINGS

- Authenticated MLB.TV access with MLB EXTRA INNINGS
- Renews long-term carriage of MLB Network
- Includes digital rights for MLB Network and MLB Network Strike Zone

DISH Network L.L.C., Major League Baseball (MLB) and MLB Advanced Media (MLBAM) have reached a wide-ranging multi-year agreement that includes the launch of MLB EXTRA INNINGS on DISH, including authenticated access to the #1 LIVE streaming sports service, MLB.TV. The deal also sets the stage for in-market streaming of MLB games in the future. DISH and MLB Network also reached a multi-year renewal agreement for continued carriage of MLB Network and MLB Network Strike Zone, including digital rights for those channels on DISHAnywhere.com and via the DISH AnywhereTM app.

"We're excited that DISH customers will continue to have access to exclusive games and the latest news and analysis with MLB Network and MLB Network Strike Zone," said Rob McGlarry, MLB Network president.

"We're pleased to expand our relationship with MLB Network," said Warren Schlichting, DISH senior vice president of programming. "MLB EXTRA INNINGS is a must-have for displaced fans, and we're excited to offer it in time for the season to begin."

The agreement provides a path for consumers to have authenticated access to stream live in-market games on digital properties from MLB, local programmers and pay-TV providers. In-market live streaming would require additional agreements between the parties including DISH, MLBAM and programmers with local TV rights of MLB games.

MLB Network (channel 152) will continue to be available starting in DISH's America's Top 200 programming package as well as in Multi-Sport Pack. MLB Network Strike Zone (channel 153) will continue to be available in Multi-Sport Pack.

MLB EXTRA INNINGS (channel 476 on DISH's Hopper® Whole-Home HD DVR, starting on channel 900 for customers with other set-top-boxes) will be in free preview for all DISH customers starting Opening Day, April 6-12. MLB EXTRA INNINGS is available for the 2015 season for $195, and subscribers to the package will soon have access to the Technology & Engineering Emmy Award winning MLB.TV. This enables authenticated subscribers to watch every out-of-market game LIVE or on-demand on more than 400 supported devices.

Financial terms were not disclosed.

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