Another court win for Aereo puts the streaming service in a good position, with the US 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals denying broadcasters’ request for a preliminary injunction. But it ain’t over. Broadcasters, which include Fox, Univision, PBS and others, expressed disappointment but believe they will ultimately prevail. Here’s what the broadcasters plan to do next and more on the court’s reasoning.

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AMC’s season 3 finale of “The Walking Dead” on Sun scored its largest audience. How well did it do? Read on to find out. “Game of Thrones” and “The Bible” ratings were strong, too.
CBS Sports comments on the dramatic injury of Louisville’s Kevin Ware, captured on TV this past weekend during the NCAA tourney.

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NCTA Defends Contracts with Apartments, Condos

NCTA is on the defensive when it comes to exclusive marketing agreements, term wiring deals and other arrangements for broadband in apartments, condos and other multiple tenant environments.

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