Hulu has withdrawn its opposition to Dish Network's "TV Everywhere" trademark application after the companies "settled their dispute" over the term, according to a joint filing Wednesday with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.
Dish's claim on "TV Everywhere," first submitted to the USPTO in September 2009, is still formally being challenged by the five largest U.S. cable operators -- Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, Charter Communications and Cablevision Systems -- as well as DirecTV and Time Warner Inc.
Hulu and Dish declined to comment on the terms of the settlement.
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