Aereo Watch: Week of March 17, 2014

With Aereo and its backers presenting their side of the case starting March 26, the arguments for and against the company are heating up. To help you navigate the bevy of information, B&C brings you Aereo Watch, a compilation of the latest stories from B&C's reporters and news on the case from around the web.

The latest from B&C:
ACA Lines Up Aereo's Kanojia for Summit
The American Cable Association has lined up Chet Kanojia, founder and CEO of Aereo, to speak at its annual summit in Washington April 2, the same day the conference has lined up FCC chairman Tom Wheeler.

B&C's recent coverage:

Tuzon, Legally Speaking: No Reasonable Doubt (sub required)

Market Eye: Mad About Madison (sub required)

The O'Rielly Factor (sub required)

Gannett's Lougee: Protecting Expression Means Protecting Content

Moonves: CBS Plans Fewer Pilots For Fall

Around the Web:

New York Business Journal
Aereo's Kanojia says his business math works, but he needs the Supreme Court to allow it

The New Yorker
Object of Interest: Aereo’s Tiny Antennas

USA Today
Minyanville: Can the big TV networks kill Aereo?

White House Takes Rare Step Of Requesting To Argue Directly Against Aereo Before Supreme Court

Jessika Walsten

Jessika is an analyst for TVREV and Fabric Media. She previously served in various roles at Broadcasting + Cable, Multichannel News and NextTV, working with the brands since 2013. A graduate of USC Annenberg, Jessika has edited and reported on a variety of subjects in the media and entertainment space, including profiles on industry leaders and breaking news.