That’s three legal losses in a row for FilmOn X in a week. Today the D.C. District Court denied emergency stay motions by the company and its CEO Alki David against an almost nationwide injunction from a case launched by Fox Television Stations, ABC and NBC. The free-TV-over-the-Internet company was trying to stop the September 5 ordered preliminary injunction from taking effect, to have it modified it so that it covered only the court’s direct jurisdiction and to increase the amount of the bond form $250,000 to 2.75 million. The judge said No all round. “FilmOn X’s arguments are not persuasive. The Court weighed the relevant factors – likelihood of success on the merits, possibility of irreparable harm, balance of the harm, and the public interest – it its Opinion and concluded that all four considerations favor Plaintiffs. That conclusion remains in equal force now. Most importantly, Plaintiffs are likely to succeed on the merits of their claim,” said Judge Rosemary Collyer Thursday in a memo opinion accompanying her order (read them here and here). The injunction is set to take effect today though FilmOn X subscribers can still access material that the service has licenses for. Still for David, the broadcasters’ win today is a mere battle in his war with them. “They continually try to thwart innovation, destroy the first amendment and steal from the public. It is best they give up soon because it will be cheaper less bloody for them in the long run,” he told me this afternoon.