Aereo prepares to launch its antenna and Internet-based TV service in Atlanta starting June 17

Aereo prepares to launch its antenna and Internet-based TV service in Atlanta starting June 17

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Aereo has announced that it will be rolling out its controversial Internet-based television service in Atlanta, Georgia on June 24. Atlanta will be the third city to receive Aereo’s TV service, following New York City last October, and Boston which kicks off on May 15. While we already knew that Aereo...
Aereo prepares to launch its antenna and Internet-based TV service in Atlanta starting June 17
                                       

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The TV networks' fight against Aereo, including their recent hilarious threats to pull their networks off the air and put them on cable always seemed really exaggerated. Aereo is a tiny startup, with a questionable business model and not that many customers. It does some nice things, but how many...
Why The Networks Are Really Afraid Of Aereo: Time Warner Cable Says It Might Offer Aereo-Like Service

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www.techdirt.com
The TV networks' fight against Aereo, including their recent hilarious threats to pull their networks off the air and put them on cable always seemed really exaggerated. Aereo is a tiny startup, with a questionable business model and not that many customers. It does some nice things, but how many...
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