The IAC chief, one of Aereo‘s top backers, told Bloomberg Television’s Market Makers that it’s “very possible that there’s some salvage. But Aereo would probably, as I say probably just because I can’t — I can’t see any path forward. It probably would not be able to continue in business.” And if the justices side with Aereo after the April 22 oral arguments? “We compete. We go on to build our business. We expand through the rest of the United States that we’re not currently in. We invest West Coast, but we’re only in — I could get a couple of cities wrong — 14-16 cities, 17. And we would be in every urban center, in any urban city, certainly top 30-40 markets.”
Barry Diller Says Aereo WIll Be “Finished” If It Loses Supreme Court Case: Video
What's Hot on Deadline
Alec Baldwin Asks Whether Donald Trump's 'SNL' Tweet Is "A Threat To My Safety And That Of My Family?"
'Alita' Adds $56M Overseas; 'The Wandering Earth' Becomes #2 Movie Ever In China - International Box Office
Latest Business News
- Time’s Up President Lisa Borders Resigns: “I Hope My Efforts Will Continue To Resonate”
- WGA & SAG-AFTRA Taking Sharply Different Approaches At Bargaining Table With Agencies And Ad Industry
- R. Kelly Grand Jury Reportedly Seated Amid New Evidence: Report
- ‘2025’: How Did Keshet’s ‘Black Mirror’-Meets-‘Monopoly’ Entertainment Format Land?
- Adam McKay: “I Stand In Solidarity With The WGA” In ATA Negotiations; Farrelly Brothers & Barry Jenkins Agree
- Colin Kaepernick May Soon Sign With An NFL Team: Mark Geragos