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What Happens to Traditional TV With New Technology?

  • Aired: 09/12/2013
  • 09:57
  • Rating: NR
The technology of television is rapidly evolving, but the latest way to watch has raised legal questions about copyright. Aereo is a subscription service that lets viewers stream free-to-air TV live on mobile devices. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Aereo chief Chet Kanojia about where the medium is headed next.
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