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  • Supreme Court and Aereo: A Betamax ruling for the 21st century?

    Having ducked the question once, the Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide whether the principles outlined in the landmark 1984 Sony Betamax ruling apply when devices in the home give way to services in the cloud. At issue is whether Aereo, a start-...
  • A new front in the TV wars

    The big television networks have faced all number of challenges in recent years. But they could be done in by something called Aereo. Most people probably haven't heard of Aereo, which has been rolling out its video service for just over a year and...
  • Jim Henson Co. Partners with Base79 for Global Digital Distribution

    The Jim Henson Co. announced Wednesday that it will partner with Base79, the largest international YouTube-based multichannel network, with the goal of bringing shows like "Pajanimals," "Sid the Science Kid" and "Fraggle Rock" to a global audience via the...
  • Aereo will not fight broadcasters' effort to get Supreme Court ruling

    Aereo, the digital company that transmits local television signals to consumers via the Internet, said it will not oppose the efforts of broadcasters to have the Supreme Court hear their legal arguments against the start-up service. "We want this...
  • ABC to Limit New Episodes Online to Paying Subs for One Week

    ABC starting Jan. 6 will restrict next-day access to new episodes of TV shows to subscribers of participating pay-TV affiliates and Hulu Plus. Whereas ABC shows were available to anyone previously for free, under the new system only paying subs will have...
  • ABC Teases Trio of Fall Comedies Free via Watch ABC and Hulu

    ABC is streaming pilots for its three new fall comedies -- "The Goldbergs," "Trophy Wife" and "Back in the Game" -- via WatchABC.com, the Watch ABC mobile app and Hulu three weeks ahead of their broadcast debut, an increasingly common tactic by TV...
  • Why Cable Operators Might Be Secretly Rooting for Over-the-Top TV Services

    Pay TV operators have been deeply skeptical that Intel, Sony, Google, Apple or anyone else can secure a critical mass of programming agreements for Internet TV services that challenge established cable, satellite and telco providers. But there are some...
  • Delay for Pixar's 'Good Dinosaur.' Finke vs. Penske! Dish wins again.

    Delay for Pixar's 'Good Dinosaur.' Finke vs. Penske! Dish wins again.
    After the coffee. Before figuring out if I need a new hairstyle. The Skinny: While I'm not a fan of Thursday night football, I do want to see the Chiefs-Eagles game because former Eagles coach Andy Reid now coaches the Chiefs. Should be good drama....
  • ESPN To Join Group Aiming To Automate TV Ad Buys

    Walt Disney's ESPN is joining a consortium of media and advertising concerns hoping to automate the practice of buying TV and radio advertising, a practice that remains somewhat arcane despite advances available when buying digital media. ESPN said it...
  • Super Bowl: Fox's Streaming Internet Audience Up 4% from CBS's Last Year

    The game for many may have been a snoozer, but Fox Sports claims it set a new Internet streaming record for a sporting event with Super Bowl XLVIII -- even though it amounted to just a fraction of the U.S. TV audience. The Fox Sports Go "preview" service...
  • 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...