Over the past days a story unfolded on the heels of CES 2013. CBS-owned news site CNET announced via a disclaimer on its website that the Dish Hopper, previously up for an award, would be disqualified because of a lawsuit involving CBS. It also said it would refrain from reviewing products which were part of the lawsuit. In the follow-up and fall out of the affair, at least one person has left his job at CNET as a result.You can find all of our coverage of the CNET debacle here.
Amended lawsuit seeks an injunction over the Hopper With Sling's 'on-the-go' features
CEA names Hopper with Sling CES 2013 co-winner with official CNET choice the Razer Edge
All-hands meeting suggests products under CBS lawsuit can't be praised in CNET news stories, not just reviews
Editorial policy after CES Awards nightmare leads to fancy footwork by news team
Dish calls the 'Best of CES' controversy 'avoidable,' CNET apologizes to staff and readers, and CBS affirms a limited editorial independence
The Dish Network's Hopper wasn't simply in the running: it had actually taken the top prize
CNET disqualifies Hopper DVR due to CBS lawsuit; no products of companies in litigation with parent will be reviewed