High court ruling favors networks

TV streaming service Aereo said to violate copyright laws

Posted: June 26, 2014 at 5:18 a.m.

A streaming broadcast of Bob the Builder is shown in an image provided by Aereo.

In a decision with far-reaching implications for the television industry, the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that Aereo, a startup streaming service, had violated copyright laws by capturing broadcast signals on miniature antennas and delivering them to subscribers for a fee.

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