Broadcasters finally succeeded in killing the TV-streaming start-up Aereo, and now one is starting its own service.
In DepthThe most innovative thing to come to TV in some time didn't find any friends in the high court.
Aereo, the controversial live TV service, is now allowing users to stream local channels to big-screen TVs.
Baseball and football games that are currently free could become cable-only if the Supreme Court decides in favor of Aereo.
Fox, ABC and others want the high court to stop Aereo, but the company says the law speaks for itself.
Aereo's first Android app will be out this month, but a legal battle in the Supreme Court may be in its future.
Yes, the TV-over-internet streamer is expanding yet again in its quest to bring network shows to more computers and mobile devices.