TiVo Inc. (NASDAQ: TIVO), the creator of and a leader in television services for digital video recorders (DVR), today announced that U.S. District Court Judge David Folsom granted TiVo’s motion for permanent injunction to prevent EchoStar Communications Corp. (NASDAQ:DISH, “ECC”) from making, using, offering for sale or selling in the United States their DVR products at issue in the case (DP-501, DP-508, DP-510, DP-721, DP-921, DP-522, DP-625, DP-942, and all EchoStar DVRs that are not more than colorably different from any of these products). Judge Folsom also ordered ECC to pay TiVo approximately $73.992 million in damages as awarded by the jury, prejudgment interest at the prime rate through July 31, 2006 of approximately $5.638 million, and supplemental damages for infringement through July 31, 2006 in the amount of approximately $10.317 million. Judge Folsom denied EchoStar’s request to stay the injunction pending appeal. The injunction extends to all of ECC’s affiliates, employees, agents and representatives, and any persons in active concert or participation with them who have notice of the order. The Judge’s ruling is final and is appealable.