Aereo‘s Chet Kanojia made the comment today on CNBC. He mostly reveled in the potentially important court victory yesterday that allows his streaming service to continue operating while it defends itself against a suit from broadcasters who say it violates their copyrights. The appeals court ruling gives “comfort to people who are interested in partnering with us.” That could include cable channels struggling to expand their distribution. Aereo already carries CNBC rival Bloomberg TV.
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