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Aereo lands in Cincinnati

Aereo today announced plans to launch its online television technology in the Greater Cincinnati region on January 21. Greater Cincinnati includes 24-county area across Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. Aereo’s announcement follows its expansion last year to the Boston, Atlanta, Miami, Salt Lake City, Houston, Dallas, Detroit, Denver and Baltimore metropolitan areas and follows the company’s announcement last week of an additional infusion of $34 million of funding. Aereo will announce additional launch dates for its expansion cities throughout 2014.

“Aereo is growing and we’re thrilled that our expansion has brought us to the Greater Cincinnati region and three new states: Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana,” says Aereo CEO and Founder Chet Kanojia. “Aereo’s cloud-based 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. It’s a simple and modern way to use an antenna to watch television — the way it should be. We’re committed to providing best-in-class technology and customer service to our users and we’re excited to introduce Aereo to Greater Cincinnati.”

Greater Cincinnati residents who pre-register at Aereo.com will receive priority access to sign up. Aereo’s technology will be available to all consumers across the 24-county area on January 21.

Aereo’s innovative remote (cloud-based) antenna/DVR technology makes watching television simple and user-friendly. Using Aereo’s technology, consumers can pause and rewind any program that they are watching live, or save a program for future viewing.

In the Greater Cincinnati region, consumers will be able to use Aereo’s unique antenna/DVR technology to record and watch 30 over-the-air channels including major networks such as WCPO (ABC), WLWT (NBC), WKRC (CBS), WXIX (Fox), WPTO (PBS) and CET (PBS); and special interest channels RetroTV, MeTV, BounceTV, TuffTV, WCPO Weather, Create and ThisTV. In addition, consumers will also have the ability to add Bloomberg Television.

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