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Aereo expands to Denver

Aereo just seem to be everywhere this week, and today have announced plans to launch its online television technology in Denver, a metro area that includes 67 counties across Colorado, Nebraska and Wyoming and more than 3.4 million consumers. The announcement follows Aereo’s expansion to Boston, Atlanta, Miami, Salt Lake City, Houston, Dallas and Detroit metropolitan areas earlier this year. Aereo plans to announce additional launch dates for its expansion cities throughout the remainder of the year.

“We’re thrilled to be launching in the Mile-High City,” says Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia. ”Denver is a growing and dynamic tech hub and the enthusiasm we’ve received from the community has been phenomenal. It’s clear that consumers want more choice and flexibility in how they watch television and they don’t want to be fenced into expensive, outdated technology. Aereo’s antenna/DVR technology brings the old-fashioned antenna into the 21st Century, providing consumers access to the over-the-air broadcast signals that belong to them. Aereo’s technology is a more simple, elegant and easy way to watch television — the way it should be. At Aereo, we believe consumers deserve better technologies and a better customer experience and we’re committed to delivering on both.”

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