Last Saturday was a big day for Aereo, the best buddy of cable cord-cutters and mortal enemy of the big broadcast networks.

The company’s founder, Chet Kanojia, was in Austin, Texas, at the big, loud, and impossibly hip venue that is the SXSW conference, to announce his company’s expansion to Austin. It’s the 13th on the map of cities whose residents can dump big cable in exchange for access to broadcast television for just $8 per month.

Meanwhile, that morning his company was forced to yank its service away from customers in Denver, Colorado, and Salt Lake City, Utah, after a US District Court injunction against it was upheld by a federal appeals court.

Full story at Minyanville.