CreativeFuture Promotes the Value of Creativity in the Digital Age, Expanded Audience Access, and Voluntary, Cooperative Solutions that Preserve the Creative Process and Reduce Digital Theft LOS ANGELES – A broad-based coalition of more than 65 film and television companies, independent production and financing companies, unions, guilds, talent agencies, and... Read more

Flesh-eating zombies are not the only thing that concerns Gale Anne Hurd. The Executive Producer of AMC’s hit series “The Walking Dead” spoke out yesterday about the harmful impact of piracy at Variety’s annual Content Protection Summit. Says the Creative Community, Responsible Businesses, and Parents Can All Play a Role... Read more

A new study released today by the International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) demonstrates how our jobs and creative works helped the copyright industries contribute more than $1 trillion to the U.S. economy in 2012 – an all-time high. See coverage in the Los Angeles Times. “This report makes it crystal... Read more

In a positive development for the creative community, several key advertising leaders converged at Advertising Week in New York City to sound the alarm about the harmful effects of digital piracy. Wenda Harris Millard of MediaLink moderated a panel discussion called “Digital Media Value Under Attack: It’s Worse than You... Read more

The House Judiciary Subcommittee on Intellectual Property today held a hearing on the role of voluntary agreements in supporting intellectual property rights online and promoting a safe, legal, and prosperous Internet economy – and featured testimony from witnesses representing creative industries. Representative Mel Watt (D-NC) applauded all stakeholders for ‘confronting... Read more

A new study finds that removing just one pirate site benefits creators. Help get the word out to your co-workers and friends. Share this today! A little while ago we reached out on our blog to tell you about how the removal of just one major pirate site led to... Read more