If ION doesn't want to lose their copyright on AirBox, they'd better get going. It's my understanding that based on the dates here (http://www.trademarks411.com/marks/85198775-airbox
), they need to submit a Statement of Use within 6 months of approval, so by March of this year. A Statement of Use requires public use of the copyrighted mark, so they need to launch in the next couple months.
Speaking of AirBox, I've found some other info about it over the weekend. AirBox Television, Inc. is almost certainly part of ION, same corporate officers, same corporate headquarters, but AirBox.com (advertised on one of the AirBox streams Trip decoded) is registered by "carl crabill" (Carl Crabill was an executive at MovieBeam), while other ION properties are registered by ION Media Networks, Inc. Also, based on their business filings, AirBox Television, Inc. claims to be in retail, so presumably that's the division that'll be selling the retail boxes. And this (http://www.justformyclients.com/ion/5-functionality
) appears to be spec work for, presumably, AirBox.com. (Not all of those are necessarily for the main site, they might be for AirBoxBlog.com or AirBoxOnline.com, all also registered by "carl crabill".) Interesting note, that Susan Rust whose spec sheet that is appears to have done website work for the likes of Viacom and NBC Universal, as well.
So nothing definite that we didn't already know, but a little more to speculate on. But with the more frequent tests and the approaching deadline, I assume we'll hear something in the coming weeks.