Rogers added that TiVo "will continue to pursue enforcement where necessary" to prevent the infringement of its technology. He said that TiVo would continue to generate value through partnerships and distribution deals, but wanted investors to recognize its intellectual property. While TiVo has already succeeded in its retribution against EchoStar, the two have another hearing later this year.
In addition to the lawsuits, TiVo has reported a fiscal second quarter loss of $2.9 billion ($.3 per share), compared to a profit of $.3 per share last year. The company posted revenue of $57.3 million, down from $65.2 million a year ago. Overall, the company topped market expectations of a 5-cent-per-share loss.