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Asian content creators, distributors create Coalition Against Piracy

Monday 16 October 2017 | 11:22 CET | News
CASBAA, the Asian trade body serving the pay-TV industry, has established the Coalition Against Piracy (CAP). The Coalition Against Piracy includes leading video content creators and distributors in Asia. Its members include beIN Sports, CASBAA, The Walt Disney Company, Fox Networks Group, HBO Asia, NBCUniversal, Premier League, Turner Asia-Pacific, A&E Networks, Astro, BBC Worldwide, Media Partners Asia, National Basketball Association, PCCW Media, Sony Pictures Television Networks Asia, True Visions, TV5MONDE, and Viacom International Media Networks. The CAP aims to coordinate industry

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Astro / BBC / HBO / PCCW / Sony / Sony Pictures Television / The Walt Disney Company / Viacom
Countries: Asia
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