As Time Warner Cable faces the possibility of losing CBS programming on Wednesday unless it can renegotiate a new retransmission agreement with the network, the likelihood of Aereo becoming a major factor in the dispute looms ever larger. Aereo currently allows subscribers to receive all over-the-air broadcasts via tiny antennas assigned to each of its subscribers that route the signals over the Internet to settop boxes and mobile devices. On Sunday, The New York Times reported that a Time Warner Cable spokeswoman had confirmed that the company will recommend Aereo to subscribers if a blackout occurs, pointing out that while Aereo normally charges $8 per month for its service, the first month is free.