Keeping track of the fallout from the Aereo Supreme Court case

On June 25, the Supreme Court sided with broadcasters, stating that Aereo's subscription video on demand service, which streams broadcast signals received via small antennas to DVRs and ultimately subscribers, violated copyright laws. Aereo has since paused its service as it explores options, but a number of moves in the online video market are now taking place in response to the ruling, and Aereo's ultimate fate remains unclear. FierceCable and FierceOnlineVideo continue to follow the results of the momentous decision and its impact on the online video, broadcasting and cable industries. Check here for complete coverage

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