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Nov 19, 2020

Guest Column: Combatting sophisticated streaming piracy, from the dark web to Lazada

Live sports and new movies have emerged as some of the most pirated content in recent times.

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Oct 29, 2020

NAB NY Explores ‘Lessons Learned’ from First NextGen TV Deployments

Execs from Sinclair, NexStar and Fox discuss progress

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Oct 28, 2020

Opinion | You can only tackle the streaming pirates by studying their every move

Simon Brydon, Synamedia's senior director of sports rights anti-piracy, on the complexities of tackling sports broadcast piracy.

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Oct 26, 2020

Report Calls For Sports Anti-Piracy Rethink After ‘Staggering’ Illegal Viewing Figures

Synamedia report finds that new plans are needed to stop sports piracy

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Oct 26, 2020

Synamedia, Ampere Report: Education Won’t Stop Sports Piracy

Sports fans know the dangers of piracy, from the mundane (poor and unreliable streaming) to the severe (fines and even arrests), with 84% of those surveyed in a new report pointing to both of those as reasons to reduce or stop viewing illegal services.

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Oct 26, 2020

Synamedia white paper: Tackling Sports Piracy in an IP World

With more than half of all fans regularly watching sports content from pirate sources, the industry faces a pressing challenge to reduce illegal consumption and protect the value of sports rights.

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Oct 26, 2020

Incentives and deterrents needed to deliver knockout blow on sports pirates

The biggest deterrents for viewers of pirate sports streams are the fear of disruption to their viewing, and the risk of legal and social consequences - including being arrested or fined – says a report from Synamedia that sets out an evidence-based approach to fight sports piracy.

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Oct 26, 2020

Synamedia Report Details Ways to Incentivize Against Sports Piracy

Besides legal action, interrupted or poor pirated streams are biggest deterrent for pirates

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Oct 26, 2020

Tackling sports piracy ‘requires carrot and stick approach’

Improving consumer education won't be enough, report says

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Oct 26, 2020

Sports TV Piracy Remains a Major Challenge

Among regular TV sports viewers, 83% access illegal pirated streaming content at least once a week across the globe either paid-for or free, a recent report finds.

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Webinar: Learn to Navigate the Video Piracy Landscape

Join our live webinar to hear about the latest effective strategies to combat piracy on a global scale and learn how to navigate the entire video piracy landscape — Wednesday, December 9 at 3PM GMT (4PM CET, 10PM EST, 7PM PST)