The road for Aereo will come to an end, at least with respect to getting its hands on valuable TV programming without paying for it.
In a blow to broadcasters, a federal appellate court on Monday refused to block Aereo from delivering TV streams over the Internet.
The sales bounty is coming as the government embarks on an ambitious but untested plan to entice flailing stations to put their spectrum up for auction.
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner3Daily:$4.3M Cumulative:$58.0M Fox -46.49%
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