Aereo assets sell for measly $2 million in bankruptcy auction
Aereo, the now-defunct online TV service, saw its assets sell for just $2 million in bankruptcy auction.
Aereo files for bankruptcy, confirming it is out of options
Aereo has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this week, confirming that the streaming TV service is completely out of options after losing multiple court rulings.
Aereo lays off more employees but has still not shuttered
Aereo has announced that 43 more employees have been laid off, this time from their Boston office which will shut down this week.
Aereo only had 77,596 subscribers at the end of last year
Aereo became a household name over the past year as the tiny startup took on broadcast giants like CBS, Fox and Disney in an effort to stay alive.
Ruling: Aereo is not a cable company
Earlier this month, the Supreme Court ruled against online TV broadcast and DVR startup Aereo, effectively killing the company.
Aereo "pauses" service following Supreme Court decision
TV streaming startup Aereo has paused their service indefinitely, following the Supreme Court decision in which it was ruled that the company violated copyrights of the major TV broadcasters CBS, NBC, Disney and Fox.
R.I.P. to Aereo as big money dinosaurs win Supreme Court battle
Today was a sad day for tech innovation as the Supreme Court ruled against broadcast startup Aereo in one of the biggest rulings for the TV industry in a very long time.
Aereo for Android gets Chromecast support
Aereo has updated their Android app to add support for Google's HDMI dongle Chromecast, as expected.
Aereo shuts down its TV service in two markets
Aereo, the popular Internet TV startup, has had to shut down their streams in Salt Lake City and Denver following a loss in the US District Court of Utah.
U.S. Supreme Court to review Aereo case
The U.S. Supreme Court will review broadcasters case against Aereo, which transmits broadcast TV signals to Internet-connected devices.
Aereo arrives on Android
As promised, Aereo has arrived for Android devices.
Aereo to expand to Detroit on October 22nd
Aereo has confirmed that the service will launch in Detroit on October 28th.
Supreme Court asked to review Aereo case
U.S. broadcasters have petitioned the highest court in the land to review legal cases surrounding Aereo, a service that retransmits broadcast signals over the Internet.
Aereo case may land in Supreme Court
According to an exclusive report by Variety, U.S. broadcasters are preparing to petition the U.S. Supreme Court to examines their legal dispute with Aereo.
Aereo to launch for Android in September
Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia has confirmed that the streaming service will be available on Android devices starting next month.
Time Warner Cable recommends customers use Aereo to get CBS programming if new re-transmission deal issues are not resolved
For those outside of its coverage area it may not be a big deal, but Time Warner Cable and CBS are in an ongoing battle over licensing fees to re-transmit the network's channels and programs.
Aereo plans to launch in 19 cities by August
Aereo is on the verge of expanding its online antenna/DVR technology to 19 new U.S. cities by the end of next months.
Aereo simplifies pricing plans ahead of Boston launch
Aereo, the cloud-based DVR service that caused a legal stir when it launched, has simplified its pricing plans ahead of a launch in Boston this week.
EFF backs Aereo N.Y. TV service in appeals court
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is standing up for Aereo, a start-up that sends broadcast TV to Internet-enabled devices, in an appeals court.
EFF tells court to protect Aereo
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is urging a federal judge to protect the New York-based Aereo TV streaming service.