"Like its competitors, (Aereo) must obtain licenses to perform the copyrighted content on which its business relies"
Appeals court also says Supreme Court will sort out legal issues
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
Justices Tuesday questioned the potential effects of allowing a copyright claim filed years after a movie is made
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
The outspoken "Real Time" host made the comparison during a takedown of the Supreme Court's Citizen's United, Voting Rights Act Rulings
TV streaming site keeps expanding West
Oscar-winning director Roger Ross Williams says evangelical Christians are targeting the developing world in the wake of increasing tolerance in the West
"Make no mistake, Aereo is stealing our broadcast signal"
Broadcasters are stepping up the pressure on Aereo and Filmon X
If the high court reverses a 9th Circuit ruling, more copyright claims could come out of the woodwork
Broadcasters suffer another legal setback, but Fox says it was no surprise
Prop 8 sponsor group says governor can't ignore state law until apellate court deems it unconstitutional
Documentary from Ben Cotner and Ryan White will premiere next year
The L.A.-based attorney on the team that argued California's Prop 8 case on behalf of plaintiffs Paul Katami and Jeff Zarillo speaks to TheWrap about...
How do Twitter stats during the announcement of the landmark decision stack up?
The Oscar-winning screenwriter and equality activist weighs in on the Supreme Court decisions on DOMA and Prop 8
The President told two California same-sex couples -- Kristin Perry and Sandra Stier, and Paul Katami and Jeffrey Zarrillo -- that they "should be proud"...
The high court spent two hours questioning the DOMA law and whether it goes too far in taking away state’s rights to determine what is a...
"The O'Reilly Factor" host says Bill Clinton and Barack Obama "don't care about gays"
Justices repeatedly raise procedural questions about a case involving the legality of California’s ban on same-sex marriages
Television can take some of the credit for bringing homosexuality into the mainstream and paving the way for the Supreme Court to rule on same-sex...
Congress was already looking at U.S. copyright statutes and Tuesday's Supreme Court decision may accelerate that process
High court upheld decisions against pay-TV service ivi, and music downloader Jammie Thomas-Rasset
"Die Hard" director John McTiernan will serve time for misleading investigators in the case of private eye Anthony Pellicano
A federal court judge's decision to side with Comcast sets the stage for the class-action matter to be heard by the Supreme Court