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TIME | Sep. 18, 2012

[Aereo’s] video quality is startlingly good. On more than one occasion, I completely forgot I was streaming video rather than watching a file stored on my iPad.”

The Wall Street Journal | Jul. 18, 2012

If you're a fan of TV and want a better way to watch it on the go, Aereo is a pleasure.”

The Wall Street Journal | Jul. 18, 2012

The setup for Aereo was fast and painless.”

VentureBeat | Mar. 14, 2012

Logging in using my iPhone, iPad or Safari for Mac OS X has allowed me easy access to live programming as well as show recordings. The interface is clean and easy to navigate and it includes a searchable programming guide. You can even set up recordings in advance by searching for shows and then setting Aereo to record once, new airings only or all broadcasts.”

Mashable | Feb. 28, 2012

Aereo lets you watch regular TV on any device, not just your TV and lets your record shows for later viewing with DVR. You can get all this without a cable box or antenna, because Aereo has created tiny antennas and connected them to the Internet.”

Apartment Therapy | Feb. 22, 2012

Using Aereo is a bit of a head-spin. Your browser really does become a TV set.”

Slate | Feb. 14, 2012

Think of this as turning your tablet or smartphone (and your laptop, of course) into a TV set, without having to lug around an antenna.”

Wired | Feb. 14, 2012

A magical thing happened at IAC’s headquarters this morning. A startup called Aereo displayed the most compelling argument for cord-cutting we’ve heard in awhile.”

New York Observer's Betabeat | Feb. 14, 2012

The promise of cord-cutting may get a lot brighter with the introduction of Aereo... It looks slick and the picture quality looks solid, ranging from SD to 720p, based on the network connection.”

GigaOM | Feb. 14, 2012