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The Cost of Piracy

The Cost of Piracy

Market Study
Published: June 2015
Pages: 57
Research from: Parks Associates
Sector: Media & Entertainment

From: GBP 2000.00
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Pirated content affects the bottom lines of content companies, service providers, and content creators through lost revenues and lost asset value. This report examines previous piracy incidents and the lessons learned, current piracy and content security concerns, and future piracy threats to the content industry. The report includes a five-year forecast of revenues lost due to pirated content.

Report Topics
 
• Drivers in the consumer market that lead consumers to obtain video content illegally
 
• Previous piracy incidents and the lessons learned
 
• Current threats to the video content and services industry related to illegal content redistribution
 
• Future piracy threats to the content industry
 
• Implications to the video services industry related to the future of content piracy
 
• Five-year forecast of revenues lost due to pirated content
 
Companies In Report (Sample)
 
Amazon
Cisco
Civolution
Ericsson
HBO
Hulu
Irdeto
Netflix
Periscope
The Kudelski Group
Verimatrix
Viaccess-Orca

Figures
Broadband Penetration by Region
Use of VPN to Watch Out-of-market Video by Country
Innovation in Piracy Technology
OTT Service Subscriptions
Subscription OTT Service Penetration by Country
Netflix Subscriptions by Country
Holder of OTT Subscription
Use of OTT Service Subscription Paid by Someone Outside the Home
Comparison of Third-party DRM Systems
Cisco Company Profile
Civolution Company Profile
Ericsson Company Profile
Irdeto Company Profile
The Kudelski Group Company Profile
Verimatrix Company Profile
Viaccess-Orca Company Profile
Forecast Methodology: Lost Revenue to Credential Sharing
Forecast: Potential Revenue Lost due to Credential Sharing

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