A federal judge on Friday ordered Dish Network Corp. and sister firm EchoStar Corp. to pay TiVo Inc. about $200 million for violating a permanent injunction on using a modified technology that can rewind and pause live TV.

Judge David Folsom of the U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Texas awarded DVR maker TiVo $110 million in damages and $90 million in sanctions, plus attorney fees. He said Dish will be on the hook for more sanctions if it loses on an appeal of the case.