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.


FCC Unlikely to Bless a Comcast-TWC Deal, Says Regulator

Any effort by Comcast Corp. to acquire Time Warner Cable Inc. would face significant hurdles in Washington, according to a Federal Communications Commission official, casting doubt on a cable-industry consolidation scenario that has grabbed Wall Street’s attention.

Surprise! You’re Watching More TV Than Ever.

Live TV is down, but on-demand is way up. At this rate, the Death of TV is going to take awhile.

Twitter Wants to Know What You Watched on TV Last Night, So It’s Asking You What You Watched on TV Last Night

Just as important: What were you doing while you watched TV?

Why Your Cable Bill Won’t Get Smaller When Big TV Gets Bigger

For now, at least.

One Way or Another, Big TV Is Getting Bigger. Will You Care?

The feds may not let Comcast buy Time Warner. But the cable guys want consolidation, and they’re probably going to get it. If you’re paying for TV, it’s hard to see how it helps you.

Twitter’s TV Guide Experiment Gets a Little Closer to Prime Time

Twitter would like become your TV Guide. A new app overhaul hints at what that may look like — if you know where to look.

Good News for the Cable Guys! Subscriber Numbers Dropped Again.

So why are the pay-TV guys smiling?


Sports Programming Dominates the Living Room

How sports programming is reshaping the TV landscape and driving a new generation of technology.

Breaking News Takes a New Approach to the Personalized News Feed — A News Feed That’s Only Partly Personalized

NBC’s popular Twitter handle takes on the filter bubble.

Hulu Gets Its Second New Boss of the Year

Another Key Hulu Executive Leaves

PC or TV? No Need to Keep Asking.