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The Aereo Supreme Court Case Is About to Change TV Forever

22 April 2014 | 3:49 pm Aereo heads to court against the nation's largest broadcasters, which claim the service amounts to theft because the startup pays nothing to capture and sell their free, over-the-air broadcast signals

Aereo case could change how you watch TV

22 April 2014 | 3:30 pm A case involving start-up Aereo and broadcast networks is before the Supreme Court. The outcome could impact consumers.

Aereo Faces Off Against Broadcast Giants in Supreme Court Today

22 April 2014 | 3:18 pm The controversial streaming TV startup has battled broadcast goliaths before — and won both times. Will it prevail again? Either way, Aereo's fate could forever change the way we watch TV.

What you need to know about Aereo's battle with broadcast television

22 April 2014 | 2:00 pm Today, the United States Supreme Court will spend one hour hearing the latest arguments in an old, important debate that affects everyone watching.

Aereo at the Supreme Court: a guide to the biggest TV case in 30 …

22 April 2014 | 10:00 am The fight over Aereo, which has had the TV industry buzzing for months, is going to the Supreme Court on Tuesday: here's what you need to know.

An audio discussion with the players in the Aereo broadcasting fight …

21 April 2014 | 11:29 pm Click below to listen to Chet Kanojia, Aereo's founder and CEO, Brenda Cotter, Aereo's General Counsel, and former Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal, advisor to the broadcasters, discuss the upcoming oral argument.


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BOLIVIA. 1929 (September 5). Lloyd Aereo Boliviano Flig

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BOLIVIA. 1929 (September 4). Lloyd Aereo Boliviano Flig

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BOLIVIA. 1929 (November 20). Lloyd Aereo Boliviano Flig

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[4666] Brazil 1949 Mh 2nd battle Guararapes One Std. one Aereo. Very Nice.

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  • Anonymous says:

    Could Someone Translate Some English Into Italian For Me Please?? Hello Miriam, very very sorry I couldn’t make it to Sardinia, I feel terrible. But My mother was taken into hospital so I had to fly from london back home. sorry for your wasted train journey, you have been so kind trying to help me meet my father. I would still like to come over and meet my father, you and everybody but I will have to wait till my mother is well, then book some more flights and arrange a hotel. tell my dad he can phone me or Skype. Thankyou.
    if someone Italian could answer the question that would be great, as I don’t want people answering with translation websites they DONT WORK.
    or anyone that speaks and writes Italian.

    • Curator says:

      Ciao Miriam, sono molto molto dispiaciuto (male)/dispiaciuta (female) di non essere riuscita a venire in Sardegna. Sto malissimo. Ma mia madre è stata ricoverata e perciò ho dovuto sono dovuto (male)/dovuta (female) andare a casa in aereo da Londra. Mi dispiace per il tuo viaggio in treno che è risultato inutile, sei stata così gentile a fare in modo che io conoscessi mio padre. Mi piacerebbe ancora venire e incontrare te, mio padre e tutti gli altri, ma devo aspettare fino a quando mia madre non si sentirà meglio, poi prenoterò il volo e l’hotel. Di a mio padre che mi può chiamare sia sul telefono che su Skype. Grazie.

      PS: you can substitute padre con papà (it’s more informal) and madre con mamma (this too).

  • Anonymous says:

    Why Does Aereo Keep Buffering? Okay I signed up for aeroe and everytime i watch live tv it’s start to buffer and at first you wouldn’t mind but then it gets very annoying. Is sometime wrong with the company or what. I wouldn’t want to disable my account but if this problem isn’t fix I have no choice. And please don’t say it’s my laptop because it isn’t i use this on my phone tablet and tv and it buffer on there too.

  • Anonymous says:

    Is There A Device That Lets Me Stream Local Channels Onto My TV? Our antenna doesn’t pick up anything. We don’t have cable. We have internet access, a router, Roku and a PS3 all hooked into our Wi-Fi ready TV.

  • Erin M says:

    How Do I Use AirPlay On My Computer With Aereo? I recently signed up for a free trial of Aereo. I am able to use AirPlay to send it to my AppleTV from my iphone, however when I try to do the same from my macbook (running on Mountain Lion) I am not able to just use AirPlay. I can Mirror it and project my entire computer screen, but I do not want to do that (and I loose quality). I’ve reached out to their customer service and they have been very responsive but I just haven’t gotten a clear answer yet. So IS there a way to just use AirPlay to send Aereo to my appletv from my computer, or is my only option mirroring?


  • Kaaatie says:

    Some Simple Italian Help Please? (:? Hi guys!

    I’m trying to write a thank you message to my Italian teacher and just wanted to know if I’ve made any mistakes in some of the sentences.

    1. Veramente non c’era ne bisogno
    2. Mi ha gia fatto/Era gia un piacere rivederti e fare il discorsino
    3. Portero il libro con me in aereo

    I’d really appreciate the help. Thanks guys! (:

    • Curator says:

      The full message could be: Non ce n’era veramente bisogno, rivederti e parlare con te era già un piacere, porterò il libro in aereo con me

      Anyway here the right sentences:

      Veramente non ce n’era bisogno
      Mi ha già fatto piacere averti rivisto e aver fatto il discorsetto
      Porterò il libro in aereo con me

      Could you help me in english? I could help you in italian! If you want look me on Facebook my name’s Christian dessì I’ve got the joker’s photo!!

  • Anonymous says:

    Can A Business Play The Radio Legally Without A License If EACH Person Is Carrying And Broadcasting From? Can a business play the radio legally without a license if EACH person is carrying and broadcasting from their own personal radio device tuned to the same radio station? Implications from the Aereo court win:
    I’m not advocating doing this, btw, nor do I think it hold “common sense” muster. However, what I AM asking is there a good legal argument for a business to claim that they are just providing radio devices to their customers to do with as they please for the duration of their stay, in which case the radio would fall under personal fair use? I wouldn’t think so, but I also never thought Aereo would win its case either – essentially rebroadcasting without any licenses by claiming one antenna per individual.
    I like bcnu’s answer but consider the following scenarios. Scenario 1: If you buy a radio and listen to music broadcasting live, are you legally required to pay a license for the music you listen to? Obviously not. Scenario 2: If you brought your radio to an amusement park and listened to it, do you have to pay a license for the music? No. Scenario 3: Would an amusement park that rents out radio headphones have to pay licenses for the music broadcasting to those radio’s? Probably not – there is no secondary transmission, each person walking around the park is listening to the radio as if it were his own radio . Scenario 4: Now let’s move into murkier waters. What if other people could slightly hear the music on your headphones because you turned them up so loud? Scenario 5: What if the radio had a small speaker on it, but not loud enough (2 or 3 feet) that one could argue it was a public performance? Scenario 6: What if the amusement park decides to lend these radio&#3
    to all their patrons for free included in the price of admission, and EVERYONE carries them around (like a small radio embedded in their ticket badge)? Scenario 7: What if it isn’t an amusement park at all, but a restaurant (there doesn’t seem to me a legal distinction between the two)? Scenario 8: What if all the radios were tuned to just one radio station? And finally, the most diabolical, Scenario 9: What if the restaurant could change all of the radio stations at will – even to avoid commercials? At what point (which Scenario), legally, does is the restaurant required to pay a license for the music broadcasted over the radio, if EVERY person in the restaurant is broadcasting their own personal radio device? Thank you!

    • Curator says:

      I doubt it. If the business is providing the devices, it doesn’t change the fact that they are entertaining their customers with the broadcast. License fees are paid to ASCAP or BMI, for use of the artist’s work, not to the radio station.

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