Piracy Set to Cost Streaming Players More Than $50 Billion, Study Says

Digital TV Research measured the impact of piracy on the streaming services across 138 countries, and across TV and movie output. It projected lost subscription and ad revenue totaling $52 billion between 2016 and 2022. The figure is for the streaming services only and does not account for losses sustained by traditional cable and satellite pay-TV players. – Stewart Clarke , Variety http://ift.tt/2gOzwjO