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TV Service Providers Held Talks With Aereo

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Aereo Inc., the Web television startup backed by media mogul Barry Diller, has discussed partnerships with major pay-TV distributors and Internet service providers, including AT&T and Dish Network Corp., as it looks to roll out its fledgling service to more markets, people familiar with the matter say. Aereo, which streams...
TV Service Providers Held Talks With Aereo

Did Iran Launch a Cyber Attack on the BBC?

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Everyone knows that the Iranian government is no champion of a free press. But exactly how far is the Islamic Republic willing to go to keep voices and viewpoints down to a minimum? It would appear that a full-blown cyber attack on the BBC is not out of the question,...
Did Iran Launch a Cyber Attack on the BBC?

Why The Networks Are Really Afraid Of Aereo: Time Warner Cable Says It Might Offer Aereo-Like Service

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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

Why Streaming Web TV Boxes Aren't Ready For Prime Time

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The Internet is awesome. Whether for its uncanny knack for revolutionizing aspects of our day-to-day lives and upending industries to way it has redefined how and when we get amused, you've got to love this globe-spanning network of information we increasingly call home. One area many expected the Web to...
Why Streaming Web TV Boxes Aren't Ready For Prime Time

Aereo Is Considering Web-Content Partnerships

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Aereo is considering new partnerships focused on independent and quality Web content, Aereo's Chief Executive Chet Kanojia told an advertising conference on Wednesday. Mr. Kanojia said that he would look to add "quality products that are independent" that you "can't get on the dial today." Those new types of programmers,...
Aereo Is Considering Web-Content Partnerships

If Aereo Wins Its Battle To Stream TV Over The Internet, Time Warner Could Copy It

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Time Warner Cable's CEO Glenn Britt is watching and rooting for Aereo, the app that takes TV signals and streams them over the Internet for $8 a month. If Aereo wins its legal battle Timer Warner would consider doing the same thing, he told the Washington Post's Cecilia Kang in...
If Aereo Wins Its Battle To Stream TV Over The Internet, Time Warner Could Copy It

Boxee's Anti-Cable Gamble Could One-Up Apple's TV Plans

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Whatever Apple is planning to do in with TV, it had better get busy. Boxee is planning to launch the second generation of its streaming set-top box, replacing 2010's Boxee Box with a device that sports DVR recording and live over-the-air broadcast TV reception, according to The Verge. Somebody...
Boxee's Anti-Cable Gamble Could One-Up Apple's TV Plans

News Corp Threatens To Take Fox Shows To A Paid Cable Network If It Loses Its Lawsuit Against Aereo (NWS)

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News Corp's COO Chase Carey told attendees at the National Association of Broadcasters conference today that the company could move Fox programming to a paid cable network if it loses its lawsuit against Aereo. Aereo is an app that retransmits over the air broadcast signals to mobile devices, meaning you...
News Corp Threatens To Take Fox Shows To A Paid Cable Network If It Loses Its Lawsuit Against Aereo (NWS)

Broadcasters finally tell a judge: Aereo's business violates copyright

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Broadcasters got the chance to officially begin their crusade to shut down TV streaming startup Aereo. Opening arguments for American Broadcasting Cos. v. Aereo and WNET v. Aereo were heard in a Manhattan US District Court today. The group of broadcasters sued Aereo in March claiming the company's business model violates copyrights....
Broadcasters finally tell a judge: Aereo's business violates copyright

Networks to Disruptive TV Start-Up: Not So Fast

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Normally, this kind of thing doesn't happen so early in the game. When legacy content companies try to sue a Web startup into oblivion, it's usually a few years after it launches, after some perceptible - or at least alleged - damage has been done. The music industry took out...
Networks to Disruptive TV Start-Up: Not So Fast

Judge rules against broadcasters, denying injunction against Aereo TV

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In March, a coalition of major broadcasters sued a New York City-based TV-streaming start-up called Aereo, which the broadcasters said was stealing their content so users could watch TV online. Today, a Manhattan US District Judge ruled against the coalition, which includes ABC, CBS, NBCUniversal, and Fox, saying he would...
Judge rules against broadcasters, denying injunction against Aereo TV

Barry Diller Argues for Right to Broadcast Online

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Television veteran Barry Diller fired a shot across the bows of cable providers Tuesday, arguing there’s room for everyone in the burgeoning business of Web video broadcasting. Reuters Barry Diller, CEO of of IAC/InterActiveCorp, has battled broadcasters and cable providers over the right to distribute video programming online. Mr. Diller...
Barry Diller Argues for Right to Broadcast Online

News Corp COO Says Channel Will Be Subscription-Only If Aereo Prevails

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Chase Carey blasted the startup service during his keynote speech at the NAB show. If Aereo is the future of television, Fox may see its future as a subscription-only channel. In the keynote speech at the NAB Show on Monday, News Corp president and COO Chase Carey warned that...
News Corp COO Says Channel Will Be Subscription-Only If Aereo Prevails
Networks sue "unauthorized" streaming service Aereo ahead of NYC launch

Disney's ABC to livestream all programming to iOS devices starting this week

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Big news from the New York Times this evening. ABC, a subsidiary of the Walt Disney Company,  will begin streaming live content to iOS devices later this week in Philadelphia and New York City using a new button on their app called ‘live’. Users will be able to live stream...
Disney's ABC to livestream all programming to iOS devices starting this week

Aereo Is Expanding To 22 More Cities: Are You Ready To Watch Broadcast TV Online?

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Aereo, Barry Diller's uber-controversial Internet TV service currently available only in New York, is expanding. This spring, consumers in 22 more U.S. cities will get the ability to tune into broadcast TV channels via desktops, tablets and smartphones. And the TV networks are not happy.  Aereo uses tiny, remote antennas...
Aereo Is Expanding To 22 More Cities: Are You Ready To Watch Broadcast TV Online?
White spaces and happy faces: TV stations drop lawsuit against "super WiFi"

Aereo CEO on dismantling television as we know it

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Aereo's court victory last week is just the beginning of what the streaming video provider and investors Barry Diller and Ron Conway see as the dismantling of the television industry as we know it. In a wide-ranging interview Tuesday, Aereo CEO Chet Kanoja talked about the importance of the U.S....
Aereo CEO on dismantling television as we know it
AT&T buys NextWave spectrum hoping to create a new 4G band

Two Tiny Startups Are Trying To Explode The $60 Billion Broadcast TV Industry

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Two fledgling technologies could dramatically reshape the $60 billion-a-year television broadcast industry as they challenge the business model that has helped keep broadcasters on the lucrative end of the media spectrum. On April 1, a U.S. appeals court rejected a petition by the major broadcasters including Comcast's NBC, News Corp's...
Two Tiny Startups Are Trying To Explode The $60 Billion Broadcast TV Industry

Why The Networks Are Really Afraid Of Aereo: Time Warner Cable Says It Might Offer Aereo-Like Service

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...
Why The Networks Are Really Afraid Of Aereo: Time Warner Cable Says It Might Offer Aereo-Like Service

Time Warner Cable CEO's response on Aereo: Yeah, we could do that

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Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt is thinking about delivering over the air television to consumers via the internet. The CEO of the nation’s second largest cable provider told the Washington Post in an interview Thursday that he found Aereo’s actions “interesting,” and something his company might consider. From the...
Time Warner Cable CEO's response on Aereo: Yeah, we could do that

Media Decoder Blog: New Service Will Stream Local TV Stations in New York

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A start-up financed in part by Barry Diller will use thousands of tiny antennas to pull broadcast signals out of the air and deliver them to subscribers....
Media Decoder Blog: New Service Will Stream Local TV Stations in New York
News Corp COO Threatens To Pull Fox Broadcast Signal If Aereo Prevails In Legal Battle
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