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Dec. 9, 2013 10:00 am

Aereo livestreaming service available in Baltimore, 10 counties

The online television livestreaming service became available to pre-registered users in early December, but on Dec. 16, it will be open to sign-ups from new users in Baltimore city and across 10 counties in central Maryland.

Aereo founder Chet Kanojia. Photo from Flickr user Fortune Live Media under Creative Commons for Attribution.

Online television livestreaming service Aereo became available to pre-registered users in early December, as Technical.ly Baltimore reported.

On Dec. 16, it will be open to sign-ups from new users in Baltimore city and across 10 counties in central Maryland, including Baltimore County, according to a press release. Aereo founder and CEO Chet Kanojia will be demoing the technology at Columbia TechBreakfast on Wednesday.

Subscriptions to Aereo, which allows users to watch television on their mobile and tablet devices, begin at $8 a month.

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