Dish CEO Joe Clayton

Wearing sunglasses, Dish CEO Joe Clayton danced his way onto the stage for the start of the company's presentation at CES today.
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Consumer-driven changes

Clayton painted Dish as pro consumer and going against the status quo.
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TV anywhere

Dish touted the ability for its customers to watch TV anywhere via its latest Hopper DVR, with users accessing programs on different devices. Customers can watch media on iOS and Android anytime and anywhere they have a Wi-Fi or cellular connection, says Dish.
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Hopper with built-in Sling

Dish has added Sling technology to its Hopper DVR, along with a host of other features. The Hopper made news last time around because of its commercial-skipping technology.
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Dish CEO Joe Clayton

Clayton is known to be one of the more colorful tech CEOs.
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Year of the kangaroo

The Dish chief executive declared 2013 the year of the kangaroo.
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