Posted Dec. 13, 2013 at 7:28 a.m.

Premium Lock Aereo urges Supreme Court to hear broadcasters' suit; Triangle still waiting for service

Published: 2013-12-13 07:28:23
Updated: 2013-12-13 07:28:23

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"While the law is clear and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals and two different federal courts have ruled in favor of Aereo, broadcasters appear determined to keep litigating the same issues against Aereo in every jurisdiction that we enter. We want this resolved on the merits rather than through a wasteful war of attrition," the company's CEO says....

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We need more upstart companies like Aereo in many markets. The broadcasters want to hold it all hostage and squeeze every last dime they can, even when they aren't due.

I already have great OTA and Roku, bring it on! Streaming and on-demand viewing is the future. Some of it is here now.
Greed, pure and simple on the part of broadcasters. Focus on the increased viewers and ad revenue. I'm not going to be raped by the cable companies and OTA doesn't work all the time.
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