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  • Tech bites: Raytheon gets $71M contract, Aereo CEO to appear with NU prez

    Boston Business Journal - 10/21/2013

    Aereo CEO Chet Kanojia will be speaking at 5 p.m. Monday in a “fireside chat” withNortheastern Unversity President Joseph E. Aoun, to be held at Northeastern’s Raytheon Amphitheater as part of the university’s Profiles in Innovation Series.

    Aereo, which is headquartered in New York but has a major office in Boston, is a subscription-based website that allows users to watch and record live TV online.

    Kanojia, who is based out of Boston, was previously the founder of Waltham-based Navic Networks, a TV ad company that was acquired by Microsoft in 2008. He has patented more than 14 technologies in fields ranging from robotics to data communications systems. He has a master’s degree in computer systems engineering from Northeastern University.

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