Press coverage: Parks Associates Piracy Report

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In January, Parks Associates announced the report titled Video Piracy: Ecosystem, Risks, and Impact, an analysis and global forecast for video piracy that was researched and written by Steven Hawley of Piracy Monitor.

NPR’s Marketplace radio program, produced by Minnesota Public Radio, ran a radio segment on January 13th 2020 about password sharing, which included a comment by Piracy Monitor’s Steven Hawley about the research published by Parks Associates. Five seconds of fame distilled from a 30 minute interview.  Marketplace followed it up with an article on January 28.

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Thanks to these industry journals for covering the announcement!

Video piracy, account sharing cost $9 billion in 2019. by Staff. Article. January 15, 2020. Broadband Technology Report.

The value of pirate video services accessed by pay TV and non-pay TV users will exceed $67 billion worldwide by 2023. Article. January 16, 2020. Cynopsis Media.

Piracy to exceed US$67 billion by 2023. by Jonathan Easton. Article. January 16, 2020. Digital TV Europe.

Piracy and account sharing cost U.S. pay TV and OTT operators over $9bn in 2019. Article. January 15, 2020. Digital TV News.

DoJ prosecutes video pirates; Synamedia portays types of piracy. by Linda Hardesty. Article. January 15, 2020. Fierce Video.

Illegal pirate video services will be a $67B business by 2023 – report. by Ben Munson. Article. January 15, 2020. Fierce Video.

Piracy, Account Sharing cost US pay-TV, OTT firms more than $9.1B in 2019. by Joseph O’Halloran. January 15, 2020. Rapid TV News.

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