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The winners and losers in the 2018 World Cup broadcast battle

France might have won the 2018 World Cup title, but who were the real winners in the broadcast battle? Not everyone could make it to Russia to watch the games live, and that left people all over the world relying on the distribution and associated media rights within their region. In Australia there was a… Keep Reading

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Interview with The New Daily – Why more Australians are kicking the piracy habit

Spoke with Alana Mitchelson (@AlanaMitchelson) from The New Daily about the decline in piracy in Australia. You can read the article here: Why more Australians are kicking the piracy habit – https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/national/2018/02/21/piracy-websites-illegal-download-movies/ Keep Reading

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Amazon’s new Grand Tour series could be the next illegal download victim

Nicolas Suzor, Queensland University of Technology and Marc C-Scott, Victoria University The much awaited new car show, The Grand Tour, launches on Amazon Prime today, Friday November 18. The show is hosted by Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond, all former presenters of the BBC’s popular Top Gear series. All three signed a three… Keep Reading

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Why the drop in illegal movie downloads in Australia?

There has been a decline in online piracy in Australia, according to a report by the Intellectual Property Awareness Foundation (IPAF) released this week at the Australian International Movie Convention, on the Gold Coast. There is no doubt that piracy in Australia is far higher than many other countries. But why are the figures actually… Keep Reading

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TV shifts from hero to zero, but even Netflix can’t kill pirating

Analyst firm UBS this week placed a halt on any growth by the Australian television networks in 2016. Instead of the previous forecast 2% growth, UBS is now predicting zero growth in the TV market. The long-term projection was also adjusted to 0.5%, down from a previous analyses which projected 2% growth. As predicted, the… Keep Reading

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