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  1. Aereo Tells Judge It Can Beat Lawsuit Despite Supreme Court Ruling

    1:26 pm 8/29/2014

    The digital company also renews a challenge to the irreparable harm faced by TV broadcastersRead more

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  2. Appeals Court Denies Aereo's Request for New Hearing

    6:21 am 8/22/2014

    The digital TV company wanted to present its "cable system" argumentRead more

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  3. Judge Waives Off Aereo's Emergency Motion About 'Bleeding to Death'

    10:11 am 8/1/2014

    U.S. District Court Judge Alison Nathan gives broadcasters the opportunity to write up a proposed injunction.Read more

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  4. Aereo Hits Roadblock in Effort to Become Cable System

    8:16 am 7/17/2014

    After the U.S. Copyright Office says it won't process the tech upstart's paperwork, Aereo will need to get support from a federal court or the FCC before its efforts to pay statutory license fees for secondary transmissions are processed.Read more

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  5. Leslie Moonves: CBS Is Open to Licensing Content to Aereo

    12:22 pm 7/15/2014

    At a conference, Moonves says Aereo never approached CBS before it went into business, predicts CBS won't bid for the NBA and says it won't buy Univision.Read more

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  6. Aereo Lays Out New Survival Strategy in Letter to Judge

    3:10 pm 7/9/2014

    The company attempts to pay statutory license fees as a cable operator. The broadcasters respond that the new defense to copyright infringement is "astonishing."Read more

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  7. Aereo to 'Pause' Service After Supreme Court Ruling

    6:24 am 6/28/2014

    "You will be able to access your cloud-based antenna and DVR only until 11:30 a.m. ET today," wrote CEO and founder Chet Kanojia.Read more

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  8. Aereo Ruling: The Winners and Losers (Analysis)

    7:50 pm 6/26/2014

    Hollywood's elated, Aereo's defeated as THR examines why the Supreme Court reached the decision it did.Read more

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  9. Barry Diller on Aereo Ruling: 'We Did Try, But It's Over Now'

    8:21 am 6/25/2014

    "I do believe blocking this technology is a big loss for consumers," the Aereo financial backer told CNBC. Read more

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  10. Supreme Court Hands Broadcasters Huge Win in Aereo Battle

    6:22 am 6/12/2014

    In a 6-3 decision, the justices rule that Aereo publicly performs copyrighted works.Read more

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