- The DOJ has come in on the side of broadcasters (DIS, CMCSA, CBS, FOXA) in the fight between the media giants and Aereo over its streaming broadcast service
- The case is now in front of the Supreme Court with both sides working on written briefs.
- In its filing, attorneys from the DOJ argue more than hint that the Supreme Court should offer a narrow view on the Aereo issue without spilling over to other issues on new ways to record shows.
- The concern is that the Aereo case ruling by SCOTUS will be used to limit innovative cloud-based media services or online TV ventures.
The DOJ sides with broadcasters in Aereo case
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