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Time Warner Battles Piracy

Aug 11, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Time Warner is tackling digital piracy by airing programs earlier in international markets that usually receive shows months after they’ve aired in the United States, the New York Times reports. In Singapore, for example, the company will offer “Gossip Girl” a day or two after its U.S. airing, the newspaper says. Revenue from international distribution has grown close to $1 million per episode and makes up 20% of total TV revenue, the newspaper notes.
—Vlada Gelman

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