December 2014 Dish Network abandoned Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network. An initial failed attempt to reach an agreement on the 18th resulted in a blackout.  Fox and Dish accused each other during this time; Dish said Fox would attach itself to a sister channel and ask for unseemly prices.  Fox highlighted the most recent model That Dish had created with other networks. On January 14, 2015, an agreement was finally reached, the terms of which were not disclosed. Update:[when?] The new deal is 1.50 for each subscriber on Dish Network, the 50% of the old deal of 1.00 par.  Dish and Disney finally arrived on terms on all editions on March 4, 2014, which allow Disney Junior, Fusion, ESPN Goal Line, longhorn Network and SEC Network on Dish, as well as the launch or return of HD streams for their other networks, as well as access to the mobile app on The Disney ABC Dish networks via tv EveryWhere Connections. ESPN Classic was only returned as a video-on-demand option. In exchange, Disney agreed to drop legal action against Dish for the Hopper system in exchange for programming recorded by Hopper DVR on ABC channels up to 72 hours after the initial broadcast.  In the summer of 2013, Dish had argued with Time Warner Cable and DirecTV about whether to wear the new Fox Sports 1, the new Fox Sports 2 formerly Fuel TV and the new FXX channel, formerly Fox Soccer. On August 14, just three days before the launch of FS1, the three providers agreed to broadcast these Fox channels.  On April 8, 2014, at 22:00 EDT, Hearst Television forced the company to withdraw its 29 channels from the provider because they did not enter into a broadcasting agreement. After a 14-hour power outage, the channels were restored.
 In March 2017, Dish Network also had to withdraw its own transmitters from Hearst Television due to an expired transmission agreement  On April 26, 2017, Hearst transmitters were restored to Dish. Matthew Ray, a former DISH Network L.L.C.