Aereo, the Barry Diller and IAC-backed TV streaming company, has reached a deal to add cable network Bloomberg TV to its lineup, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. Aereo will pay Bloomberg for its content, the cmpanies said, without diclosing the terms of the deal. The streaming TV service has been defending itself in court against the major broadcast networks, who have sued the company for streaming the broadcast signals of their New York stations without permission. WSJ subscribers can read the full report here.
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