Thursday, November 28, 2019

Creating Spotify for sports to counter piracy

Research from Parks Associates estimates that the cost of video piracy this year alone for pay-TV and OTT providers will be $9.1 billion in lost revenue.

By 2024, that number will rise to $12.5 billion, representing a 38% growth rate.

Nagra vice president of anti-piracy Jean-Philippe Plantevin said: “We know we want to fight piracy at industry level, especially important for the sports industry to copy what the studios have done.”

From the article "Creating Spotify for sports to counter piracy" by Alana Foster.

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