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David pulls Networks from Washington, DC

May 29, 2013

By Colin Mann

alkidavidAlki David, the founder of Internet TV streaming service FilmOn, has said he will remove the US’s major broadcast networks from the platform. David’s move follows a May 23 filing in the Federal District Court in Washington DC of an action against FilmOn and Aereokiller, with ABC, NBC and Fox claiming copyright infringement. Allbritton, which owns ABC’s TV station there, also is a plaintiff in the suit.

In an open letter to the broadcasters, David said: “To avoid more inane lawsuits and one that is clearly rigged, we have decided to take down the Major Broadcasters in Washington DC and replace them with Independent stations. Something we are considering doing all across the country.”

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