“Chapter 11 will permit Aereo to maximize the value of its business and assets without the extensive cost and distraction of defending drawn out litigation...
Injunction issued by district court judge follows Supreme Court defeat for the TV streaming service
The company was seeking to be treated as one after the Supreme Court ruled that Aereo infringes on broadcasters’ copyrights
FilmOn says WinTV-Aero-m was such a great name that rival just had to snag it
Aereo will expand into 22 markets this year and wants to get on videogame consoles
Aereo will expand to major cities including Boston, Chicago, Houston, Atlanta and Miami. One major exception? Los Angeles.
Consumer Electronics Assn. sides with Barry Diller's fledgling service Aereo in battle with networks
Ivi TV, an online service that offered subscribers packages of TV signals from broadcasters, wasn't able to override last year's ruling that shut it down
The Barry Diller-backed online television streaming startup is embroiled in a battle with major broadcasters of retransmission rights
A New York judge rejected the television companies' bid to serve Aereo with an injunction
The site will continue broadcasting to the New York City area before trial begins
Digital television company will still have to answer a copyright infringement claim
Aereo’s tiny antennae bring broadcast signals to consumers online. IAC sees it as a cord-cutting breakthrough. The networks see an illegal threat to their business...
The Barry Diller backed digital television company is accused of violating copyright
The Barry Diller-backed TV company Aereo says it has a legal right to capture network broadcast programming via its network of tiny antennas
IAC Chairman Barry Diller defends Aereo, the new streaming device broadcasters say will be stealing their content. The services launches Thursday in New York
The streaming service is backed by Barry Diller’s IAC