28 Jun '14, 5pm

Aereo suspends operations after adverse ruling >> Evaluation Engineering

Aereo today suspended operations after an adverse ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court earlier in the week. Chet Kanojia, Aereo's founder and chief executive, wrote to subscribers to say that as a result of the Court's decision, "our case has been returned to the lower Court. We have decided to pause our operations temporarily as we consult with the court and map out our next steps." (Read the letter here , and read more about the Court decision here .) He continued, "The spectrum that the broadcasters use to transmit over the air programming belongs to the American public and we believe you should have a right to access that live programming whether your antenna sits on the roof of your home, on top of your television or in the cloud." However, The Wall Street Journal provides a quote from Aereo backer Barry Diller, CEO of IAC/InterActiveCorp., suggesting that the game might ...

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