Aereo Welcomes Supreme Court Intervention in Fight With TV Broadcasters

Online television startup Aereo Inc. said it would welcome the Supreme Court’s intervention to resolve a legal fight with broadcasters, who argue its service violates their copyrights.

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Former Yahoo Interclick CFO Joins Unified

Unified, a provider of marketing cloud technology, has named Roger Clark as its CFO. Clark was most recently CFO at Interclick, the digital advertising technology unit of Yahoo, and also worked at IAC/InterActiveCorp. Unified also named four industry execs to its board of advisors, including Wenda Harris Millard, president and COO of MediaLink.

Diller, Zucker Talk Aereo, “Creative Destruction” and the “Poo-Poo Cruise”

One man trying to create TV for the future, another trying to reinvent TV of the past.


Aereo Adds First Cable Channel: Bloomberg TV

Online-television startup Aereo has begun paying for traditional TV content, reaching a deal to add Bloomberg TV to its program lineup.

Exclusive: Digital Chief Jon Miller Leaving News Corp.

His departure brings into focus the fate of News Corp.’s overall digital strategy in an upcoming new structure.

Electric Boat Start-Up Pure Watercraft Aims to Become the Tesla of the Waves (Video)

All quiet on the boating front.


AOL, Vringo Settle Part of Patent Dispute

AOL Inc. agreed to settle part of a patent dispute brought by video-ringtone company Vringo Inc., giving the start-up another potential win in its ongoing lawsuit against some of the biggest names in the technology sector.

Remedy Health Media Acquires HealthCentral

Remedy Health, a New York-based health information company, has bought HealthCentral, a start-up that offers online clinical and patient tools, community and content in a variety of topic areas.
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IAC/InterActive to Pay First Dividend

IAC/InterActiveCorp., owner of Ask.com and dating site Match.com, reported sharply higher earnings and said it would start paying a quarterly dividend.

New iPhone App Lets Users Count Calories Without Burning Any

MealSnap taps the iPhone’s camera and a cloud service to allow people to count calories just by taking a picture of what they are about to eat. Assuming they like the result, they can then share the photo and info with friends and family using Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare.

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