Film and TV ‘must join forces on piracy’

Six major studios got a High Court injunction last week ordering internet service providers to block access to three websites involved in illegal streaming or downloading

9th April, 2017
James Morris, founder of Windmill Lane Pictures and TV3Fergal Phillips

The film and TV industry will have to stop staggering releases in a bid to combat piracy, according to James Morris, founder of Windmill Lane Pictures and TV3.

“There will be a breakdown in artificial windows where you have to wait for a period of time or be in a certain place,” he said.

Morris was speaking after six major film and TV studios secured a High Court injunction last week ordering internet...

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