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Opinion Protecting Film Profits 101 what the film industry wants to be taught in classrooms: Editorial The Motion Picture Association of American, in conjunction with the Record Industry Association of America and big Internet providers, has
Just when you thought that Hollywood and Silicon Valley might get along, they're back sniping at each other again. The Motion Picture Association of America and the Internet Association are airing out their grievances with the U.S...The organization
Latest Stories OMB on high alert for Man of Steel' June 12 premiere June 9, 2013 9:07 pm The Optical Media Board (OMB) will be on nationwide alert starting Wednesday when the Hollywood blockbuster Man of Steel opens in local theaters, a week before
According to the report jointly released by the Motion Picture Association and a Chinese film body, the country's screen industry also supported 909,000 domestic jobs. The big economic numbers from the Chinese entertainment sector just keep getting
Most famously, of course, the prediction that the VCR would be the "Boston Strangler" to the movie industry a mere six years before home video revenues outstripped box office revenues...Everything new must automatically be classified as a threat, and
That system, called Content ID , works against a giant database of 15 million movie and song samples. Studios and labels submit clips of their content to the database some as often as every day and choose what they'd like to do if a match is found.
Piracy brings to mind seizures of ships off the coast of Somalia or the Johnny Depp movie franchise. Somewhere on this continuum between fact and fiction, the can of worms for studios and producers seems to have seems to have dropped out of sight. Of
NE Group, which released unauthorized versions of theatrical films online, has been sentenced to serve 60 months in prison reportedly a record for an American web piracy sentence...Perkins, 40, of Portsmouth, Va., must also pay $15,000 in restitution.
Should Stop Lying About Piracy Loss Before Shutting Down Demonoid, The Pirate Bay Despite fighting a crusade against online piracy, trade organizations like the Motion Picture Association of America and the Recording Industry Association of America
Police said that on July 2, investigators from the Motion Picture Association of America were in the theater and spotted Alarcon using a handheld device to record the movie. They reported the incident to theater staff who called police who then