Have you ever heard of a precedent? If this case goes all the way to the supreme court which I think it will because broadcasters won’t give up then the supreme court will set a precedent that all lower courts must follow. Broadcasters are venue shopping just like what Aereo argued and that will result in having the service illegal and legal in certain states so who will get the most states aereo or broadcasters? I don’t think we will have an answer about the legality of what aereo is doing until a law is passed by congress or the supreme court hears the case.
It also lets you add any song or album you want to your library and listen to it as many times as you want. But the best part is that it lets you download the album on your device so you can listen to it when you have no connection. It is like owning Google’s entire library! I don’t know if another service can match that.
Well in that case that means that they would have to give up the spectrum that was provided to them for free by the government which than can be given to another company to provide free over the air content. Or the FCC can sell that spectrum to mobile companies which in the end the losers would be the ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC. Because every telecommunication company is buying spectrum and these networks are using it for FREE. If the spectrum is given to another network than they will get all the sports contracts and hosting of other big events or it gets sold in an auction to mobile companies and we get more bandwidth for mobile.