SVOD services like Hulu and Netflix aren't enough to offset video piracy

Illegal pirating of video services has taken on a new form: direct streaming of online video. The proliferation of low-cost SVOD services like Hulu and Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) has done little to slow the rate of online video piracy. One problem that's preventing the online video piracy problem from completely going away is viewer appetites for the latest and greatest content only continue to grow. Sam Bookman, editor of FierceOnlineVideo, examines these trends in a new special report: Online video piracy: Ways the industry could address the growing problem. Read the full report here.

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