The vast majority of the most popular films and television shows are legally available online for U.S. audiences, according to a new study from KPMG.
The first-of-its-kind comprehensive study analyzed a large sample of
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Fantastic Fest, the genre film festival held each year at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Austin, Texas, has a curious tradition:
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On Sept. 29, 1954, "A Star Is Born," starring Judy Garland and James Mason, had its world premiere at the Pantages Theater in Hollywood.
'Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes' Downloads: Pirate Bay, Kickass Torrents Flooded With Free Thom Yorke Torrents - http://t.co/L5F8H3hVXk
"When BitTorrent takes care of the 99.7% of infringing material they distribute, that will be cause for celebration." http://t.co/Xakf3DhMpW
"I always start a film thinking I know how to do it, then I learn all over again." - Mia Wasikowska #RespectCreativity
KPMG report rebuts one of most frequent rationalizations for online piracy - http://t.co/BXDWGx0eCo #ExpandedAccess http://t.co/BQo0K8VJ0N
"Hollywood is delivering more movies and TV shows via legal digital outlets than ever." http://t.co/WoQbiERuwx #ExpandedAccess @Variety
"Report makes it even harder to claim that piracy is caused by a lack of legal options" http://t.co/9cVEQzTjzv @terrencehart @copyright4u