Aereo Aims to Make Lemonade From Supreme Court's Lemons


After the Supreme Court appeared to deliver a death blow to Aereo, it has latched onto a part of the Court’s decision in an effort to stay alive. The Court determined that Aereo flouted copyright rules by retransmitting programming without a license. Aereo let users watch broadcast TV over the Internet for a monthly fee. Its rationale, said CEO Chet Kanojia, was that its “cloud-based individual antenna would provide consumers with a convenient way … to watch the live, free-to-air signals broadcast over public spectrum that belongs to them.”

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Aereo claims cable company status, wants to restart operations

Attempting to reclassify the company as a cable operator, Aereo representatives are claiming that the Supreme Court ruling has given the company the right to pursue licensing related to rebroadcasting content. 

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Aereo suspends operations after Supreme Court verdict

Online-streaming service Aereo Inc. is temporarily closing down its operation, three days after it was dealt an unfavorable ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Aereo suspends service after Supreme Court ruling

Online-streaming service Aereo Inc. is temporarily closing down its operation, three days after it was dealt an unfavorable ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court.

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What will Aereo's TV watchers do now?

Aereo, the embattled startup that captured shows from the broadcast airwaves and let users stream them digitally to their computers, smartphones or tablets, is essentially dead after a Supreme Court ruling Wednesday.

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Supreme Court Puts Kibosh on Aereo


Aereo may be dead in the water after the Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled it broke federal law by retransmitting programming without paying copyright fees. The company, which allows consumers to watch broadcast TV over the Internet, had been in long-running battles with broadcasters over the legality of its service. “Today’s decision by the United States Supreme Court is a massive setback for the American consumer,” said Aereo founder and CEO Chet Kanojia. “Today’s decision clearly states that how the technology works does not matter.”

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What you need to know about Aereo's Supreme Court case

The Supreme Court is close to ruling on a tussle between television broadcasters and Aereo, a two-year-old company that owns thousands of little, dime-sized antennas in cities across the country….

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/06/24/what-need-to-know-about-aereo-supreme-court-case/

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