Aereo is just days away from a decisive Supreme Court battle against the major broadcasters, but that's not stopping the company from aggressively expanding.
The company, which uses its antennas to capture free over-the-air broadcasts and then routes them to users over the Internet, raised $34 million in January bringing its total to $97 million in venture funding. Aereo is using that money to expand its business.
The company also announced on Thursday that Google's Chromecast will support Aereo starting in May.
Yet in just 11 days Aereo will go to trial to defend itself against allegations from major broadcasters that its service violates copyright law.
So why is the company forging ahead as if it has already won the case? Because the company believes that the law is in its favor, said CEO Chet Kanojia at Fast Company's Innovation Uncensored conference on Thursday.
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