Back in late August, DISH Network ripped a theoretical hole in the universe (okay, not really) by claiming that it would deliver 100% of its content
via the MPEG-4 delivery system. Today, the satcaster is expanding its MPEG-4 reach to 32 markets by converting 11 more locales in the Eastern half of the US. For the whole rundown of new regions, just give the read link a visit, and rest assured that you'll begin receiving every bit of SD and HD content via MPEG-4 if you're listed. Riveting, isn't it?