AereoOn Wednesday at the All Things D: 11 conference, Chariman of IAC and Expedia Barry Diller and CNN Worldwide president Jeff Zucker talked to Walt Mossberg about the future of television. Mossberg kicked off the discussion by asking diller about ‘charging for something that’s free’. “I don’t want to beat up the broadcasters,” said Diller, “I want to move things from closed systems to Internet systems.” Those theoretically open systems would presumably include the internet and wireless networks, over which Aereo’s small antenna’s broadcast their repatriated TV signals. “Any incumbent wants to guard their wall as aggressively as they can,” said Diller about the resistance that Aereo has been facing from traditional broadcast. “I’m kind of happy they sued us in a noisy way because it’s helping Aereo get known.”

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