What the Aereo and Sky Angel court cases mean for online video

In the past year, online video streaming startup Aereo has faced legal challenges from several broadcasters claiming the service infringes on their copyrights. While Aereo is attempting to prove its legality, another online video provider, Sky Angel, has also been waging a court battle, this one against C-SPAN. But Sky Angel is going at the issue from a different angle, arguing it does not pose a threat to distributors and broadcasters. FierceOnlineVideo editor Josh Wein examines the ramifications of both companies' fights and what they will mean for the future of the online video industry. Read his Editor's Corner here

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