As the global authority in digital piracy, MUSO will be at MIPCOM. Chris Elkins, Co-founder & Chief Strategy Officer and Chris Anderson, Head of Film & TV, will be there to demonstrate how MUSO piracy data can drive value, provide insight and help protect digital content.
What Next For Streaming Services In The Age Of Cancel Culture?
Away from the febrile world of celebrity outrage, a new kind of right to rescind is emerging, and it may create a significant headache for paid-for film and TV streaming services - in fact any subscription model based business.
What happens when we get Film and TV subscription fatigue?
With Apple’s announcement of a new paid-for film and TV streaming service, the list of rights-owners and broadcasters launching rival Netflix services keeps on growing. Amazon, Disney-Fox; even the BBC and ITV with their Britbox service are all throwing their hats into the ring.
Global piracy hits 190 billion visits in 2018, but UK sees a drop
For copyright holders, we’ve got good news and bad news. Let’s start with the good: visits to pirate sites in the UK dropped to 5.75 billion in 2018. That may sound like pretty limited good news, given it’s still a huge number, but if you think that’s not great, then here’s the bad news: piracy worldwide hit 190 billion visits over the year.
Piracy Data: From Global View to Macroeconomic Trends
Over the last 20 years, piracy was the disruptor that transformed the music industry: recorded music revenues are now reporting solid growth in the US, largely in part because of the ‘streaming age’ which many are likening to the next format age in music, after vinyl, tape, CD and downloads – streaming revenues now account for a lionshare of total US music industry revenue.
MUSO supporting EUIPO’s Economic Impact Study on Piracy
MUSO, the authority on digital piracy, and EUIPO, acting through the European Observatory on Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights, have embarked on a project to assess the economic impact of digital infringement across the European Union, with MUSO providing the key underlying data for the EUIPO study.