Dyle poses new threat to Aereo

Steve Donohue, FierceCableAereo has already drawn the ire of broadcasters, but it is now facing yet another challenge from Dyle, an emerging mobile video company backed by NBC, Fox and other broadcasters. Already, Dyle has made a mark in the TV delivery market by using over-the-air antennas that allow users to get programming on their Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) iPad, iPhone, and other smart phone devices. FierceCable Editor Steve Donohue takes a look at the emergence of Dyle and what it could mean to Aereo. Read more

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