Report: Web Video Needs Improvement

Gruenwedel, Erik
July 2009
Home Media Magazine;7/13/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 28, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the findings of a report from In-Stat regarding the need for film studios and content owners to improve their online user experience. The "Adopting Digital Rights Management" report found that efforts to stop illegal peer-to-peer downloads in the U.S. are still not enough despite an expansion of digital rights management technologies which can be used to enforce copyrights of video content. INSET: AKAMAI BOWS NEW STREAMING TECHNOLOGY.


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