Topic: online video piracy
Video product vendor Synamedia is planning to debut at IBC Show a handful of new tools to help content and service providers take on video piracy.
When Charter and Disney earlier this week announced their new carriage agreement, they included news about cooperatively working against video piracy, which could mean more aggressively targeting password sharing.
Charter and Disney today renewed their content distribution agreement, averting a possible channel blackout. The routine carriage deal announcement included some interesting information.
Video piracy already eats into potential revenues for OTT services like Netflix and pay TV providers like Comcast, and the problem will likely get worse in the years ahead.
Amazon, Netflix and a handful of Hollywood studios are asking a court for millions in damages from Set Broadcast, a company accused of infringing multiple copyrights through a pirate video service named SET TV.
Everyone from content creators to distributors to service providers clearly has a moral issue with video piracy. New financial stats show the massive size of video piracy’s economic impact.
Charter CEO Tom Rutledge once again used his company’s earnings call to rail against password sharing as a factor in the video market’s erosion.
The Streaming Video Alliance on Tuesday released a document listing various uses for forensic watermarking as a means of fighting off video piracy.
FCC Commissioner Mike O’Rielly sent a letter to Amazon's Jeff Bezos and eBay CEO Devin Wenig asking them to stop selling illegal set-top boxes.
A new streaming service named TaTaTu has a plan to reward its users, help content owners monetize and alleviate piracy concerns by using blockchain.