Nothing lasts forever, especially in tech.
richard procter December 31, 2014
Streaming lives on; Aereo apparently will not.
It lost the battle, but maybe not the war.
Today’s ruling reverberates throughout an industry that is disruptive by definition.
New Internet TV systems could benefit from the agreement.
Why 2013 is shaping up to be the year the Internet upends traditional TV.
john paul titlow
After a few days of testing Aereo, it’s clear that it’s just a useful service — it’s one that actually makes broadcast TV relevant again. Broadcasters shouldn’t sue it out of existence.
Aereo could prove to be disruptive to broadcasters and even other services that provide ways for cable cutters to obtain the shows they want.
They can sue all they want, but broadcasters may wind up losing their case against the disruptive Internet TV service Aereo. If they really want to defeat the service, it’s time to put some of that energy into innovating.
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