Broadcasters plan to petition the U.S. Supreme Court to review lower court rulings that have allowed Aereo to continue offering unauthorized streams of digital signals in New York, according to sources familiar with the case. A decision has been made to file a petition, or writ of certoriari, by a deadline of Oct. 15. In July, one of the plaintiffs, Fox, indicated that appealing to the high court was one of its options after the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals refused to reconsider the case. The appellate court had upheld a lower court decision in which U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan denied broadcasters’ efforts to obtain a preliminary injunction to stop Aereo. Aereo launched in March, 2012, in New York, offering digital streams of broadcast signals via thousands of dime-seized remote antennas assigned to each of its subscribers.