Aereo Slapped With Six-State Injunction

February 19, 2013

It might not be the Supreme Court but the broadcasters scored a big victory Wednesday in their on-going battle against Aereo. After a hearing on Feb. 11, a federal judge in Utah has hit Aereo with it biggest legal blow yet and now granted a preliminary injunction to stop the growing Barry Diller-backed streaming service from operating in six states while the case proceeds.

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