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  • Aereo Halts NYC Sign-Ups, Claiming Service Is at Capacity

    Aereo, the Internet TV startup facing a showdown with broadcasters before the U.S. Supreme Court, said it is no longer signing up users in its initial New York City market because it has no more antennas to rent out. The New York-based startup, whose...
  • Broadcasters take Aereo to Supreme Court

    The nation's biggest television companies including ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox are asking the Supreme Court to shut down Aereo Inc., a startup distribution service that they view as a threat to their business. Launched in 2012 and available in a handful of...
  • Sony faces investors. Is Disney over-apologizing for Jimmy Kimmel?

    Sony faces investors. Is Disney over-apologizing for Jimmy Kimmel?
    After the coffee. Before digging out the umbrella and raincoat.  The Skinny: I've lived in Los Angeles on and off for more than 12 years and I'm still amazed that a little rain is the lead story on the news and brings traffic to a grinding halt. Well,...
  • Hugh Jackman raises $1.85 million for Motion Picture & Television Fund

    Hugh Jackman raises $1.85 million for Motion Picture & Television Fund
    Hugh Jackman brought his Wolverine claws with him Saturday as he took over the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood for a benefit concert to raise money for the Motion Picture & Television Fund, the charity that provides healthcare services to retired entertainment...
  • Fox, Sinclair and Local TV file suit against Aereo in Utah

    The fight over Aereo is moving to Utah. On Monday afternoon, Fox Broadcasting Co., Sinclair Broadcast Group and Local TV filed suit in federal court in Utah against Aereo, the start-up company that streams broadcast TV signals to consumers via the...
  • Problems Abound in the Media Biz, but Here's Why There's Hope

    The next 10 years should be the greatest time in the history of the entertainment business. The global middle class is growing astronomically fast. It may not be growing in the U.S., but it is growing in the rest of the world: Research shows that when...
  • Aereo Notches Another Legal Win Against Broadcasters

    Aereo, the startup that streams broadcast TV signals over the Internet, scored another victory in federal court Thursday when a district court judge in Massachusetts denied Hearst Television's request to shut the service down -- potentially leading to a...
  • Cablevision blasts broadcasters' Supreme Court filing against Aereo

    Cablevision Systems Corp., a New York-based cable operator, blasted the arguments made by broadcasters in a Supreme Court filing seeking to shut down Aereo, a start-up company that delivers local television station signals to consumers via the Internet....
  • Sumner Redstone Gives $20 Million to Motion Picture and Television Fund

    The Sumner M. Redstone Charitable Foundation has made a $20 million gift to the Motion Picture and Television Fund campaign, bringing total contributions to just over $300 million of the $350 million goal. Redstone is the exec chairman of CBS and Viacom....
  • Latest Turn in Newsweek Saga: Revival of U.S. Print Edition

    Here's a surprising headline: Newsweek is scheduled to revive its U.S. print edition as a subscription-dependent news weekly. The New York Times reported late Tuesday that the magazine's new owners intend to return to a print in January or February,...
  • Aereo will launch Internet TV service in Baltimore

    Aereo will launch Internet TV service in Baltimore
    Online television service Aereo Inc. plans to expand to the Baltimore area starting Dec. 16, offering monthly subscriptions starting at $8 for viewing or recording live television on smart phones, tablets and laptops, the Long Island City-based company...