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4 HOURS AGO - TechRadar

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New York broadcaster picks up where Aereo left off with new Tablet TV service

Broadcasters fought tooth and nail against Aereo because they wanted to retain control of their content, but no one ever said the TV-streaming service wasn't a good idea.Now one broadcaster, New York's Granite Broadcasting Corp., is taking up Aereo's mantle before its body is even in the ground - albeit with a slightly different model.Granite, which operates 14 stations across ...

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AUG 25, 2014 - Investors Business Daily

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TiVo debuts set-top TV box for cord cutters to fill Aereo gap

Picking up where ill-fated Aereo left off, TiVo on Monday introduced a "legal" digital video recorder for over-the-air (OTA) television broadcasts. The set-top box is being marketed to consumers who do not have cable, satellite or telecom TV but still want a DVR. Aereo, backed by IAC/InterActiveCorp (IACI), was crippled by a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June that said ...

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AUG 25, 2014 - VentureBeat

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Tivo launches a $50 DVR with HD antenna in the wake of Aereo’s death

Tivo is hoping to fill the major hole left by startup Aereo now that its over-the-air TV service has been shut down indefinitely. Today Tivo anounced a new $50 version of its DVR box, the Tivo Roamio OTA (over the air), that includes an HD antenna that can pick up the freely broadcasted TV stations that can […]

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AUG 25, 2014 - Time

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AUG 25, 2014 - Fast Company

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TiVo Introduces A $50 Over-The-Air DVR For The Post-Aereo Era

The DVR pioneer's cheapest model ever is aimed at cord cutters.In June, the U.S. Supreme Court killed the Aereo service--which used banks of tiny antennas and a cloud-based DVR to let people redirect over-the-air TV to all their Net-connected devices--by ruling that it violated Federal copyright law. Now TiVo, the company which popularized DVRs in the first place, is swooping ...

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