Company does not yet have a million subscribers
Comparing online streaming of network programs to home stereos and VCRs, supporters argue that the Supreme Court should deny broadcasters' demands for copyright expansion
"It's not a copyright case. It is a business model case," Aereo founder Chet Kanojia said
Online video company "probably would not be able to continue," Diller tells Bloomberg
The service pleads with the high court to uphold its right to offer Web TV, saying its transmissions "do not constitute 'public recordings.'"
"Like its competitors, (Aereo) must obtain licenses to perform the copyrighted content on which its business relies"
The decision means that FilmON won’t get time to offer its own comments during oral argument in Aereo’s case
Appeals court also says Supreme Court will sort out legal issues
Network announces plans to buy back $1.5 billion in Class B common Stock in Q1 of 2014
The high court will hear arguments over legality of online TV service
"This case is about copyright, not about cloud computing," COO Chase Carey says
Outage lasts about an hour
The high court will hear appeal filed by broadcast networks against online streaming television service
Lawsuits don't scare off investors
Decision on whether to take case could be announced days later
Streaming service says it wants case resolved on merits
Streaming TV company won't let lawsuits stop expansion
District Court Judge Rosemary M. Collyer rejected FilmOn X’s argument that it wasn’t fair for it to be blocked from airing Boston area TV stations...
Digital locker service allows people to borrow movies and shows
TV streaming site keeps expanding West
Online television company continues roll-out
Major networks ask D.C. judge not to bless "after the fact" the company's injunction-breaking offering of their TV stations over the service
"Make no mistake, Aereo is stealing our broadcast signal"
A $1.6 million contempt citation mistakenly turned into a $10 million settlement in case filed by the network
So if you don't have an iPhone or a TV, and you live in one of seven metropolitan areas ...
Broadcasters are stepping up the pressure on Aereo and Filmon X
Top insights from TheWrap's fourth annual meeting of industry minds
The addition of Tampa puts FilmOn in more cities than rival Aereo
New markets include eight million potential consumers
Aereo's not a threat to cable, Kanojia said, cable's a threat to itself if it doesn't adapt to the changing habits of consumers