- Broadcasters could reportedly file a petition to the Supreme Court today to stop Aereo from operating due to copyright violations.
- The plaintiffs have suffered a string of legal losses in their attempts to shut Aereo down, the latest coming this week in Massachusetts.
- Backed by media mogul Barry Diller and InterActiveCorp (IACI), Aereo streams local-TV signals over the Web for $12 a month using thousands of tiny broadcast antennae.
- Those lining up against Aereo in the legal fight include Disney's (DIS) ABC, CBS (CBS), Fox (FOXA) and Comcast's (CMCSA) NBC.
Broadcasters could go to Supreme Court to shut down Aereo
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