Online TV and movie piracy losses to rise to USD 52 bln by 2022 - study

Monday 30 October 2017 | 10:36 CET | News
Total revenues lost to online piracy will nearly double from USD 26.7 billion in 2016 to USD 51.6 billion in 2022, according to a report from Digital TV Research. The study, which includes revenues lost to TV episodes and movies but not to other sectors such as sports or pay TV, covers 138 countries and concludes that piracy growth rates will decelerate as more effective government action is taken and as the benefits of legal choices become more apparent. Legitimate revenues from OTT TV episodes and movies overtook online piracy losses back in 2013, with the gap between the two widening from

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