United States Streaming Piracy Market & Ecosystem Strategy Analysis Report 2023

Dublin, Oct. 11, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "US Streaming Piracy Market & Ecosystem Strategies" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This study provides a comprehensive view of piracy threats and the evolution of antipiracy techniques. The report includes five-year forecasts of revenue loss in the US market for video service providers.

The report encompasses a comprehensive range of elements, beginning with key questions and research methodologies employed. It offers valuable industry insights and a deep dive into the piracy life cycle, providing forecasts and practical use cases.

Additionally, the report highlights key suppliers involved in the piracy landscape, creating a holistic overview of this complex domain.

Key Topics Covered:

Definition: What is piracy?

Key questions and research approach

Executive Summary

  • Industry insights
  • Key findings: The impact of piracy
  • The piracy-antipiracy life cycle

Consumer Attitudes Toward Piracy

  • Consumer insights
  • Consumer engagement with piracy
  • Intention of Subscribing to a TV Service in Next 6 Months
  • Piracy Tool Used
  • Consumer Engagement in Piracy and Account Sharing
  • Average Percentage of Households Giving or Receiving Account Credentials
  • Pirate Tool Usage in OTT Service Business Models
  • Strong Agreement Towards Unlicensed Video Media Usage
  • Impact of Lower Pricing on Pirating Tool Users

Why Protect Against Piracy?

  • Revenue Loss to Piracy, All US Households ($M US)
  • Lifecycle of a Video Asset
  • Live Events: Decline in Value
  • The purpose of security
  • Key rationale for security
  • Protecting reputation and fighting piracy
  • Reducing the risk of theft, preserving revenue
  • Consumer Engagement in Piracy and Account Sharing
  • Additional consumer-facing paths to piracy
  • Meeting obligations, maintaining advertising integrity, and preserving reputation
  • Optimizing distribution

Piracy Life Cycle: Recognizing Piracy

  • The piracy-antipiracy life cycle: Recognition of piracy
  • Piracy orders of magnitude
  • The piracy ecosystem, from a distributor's perspective

Piracy Life Cycle: Acquisition by Pirates

  • The piracy-antipiracy life cycle: Acquisition of content and services by pirates
  • Where theft occurs, from a video distributor's perspective
  • Pirates steal services and content
  • Pirates compromise service delivery infrastructure, devices and software
  • Pirates exploit consumer access
  • Pirates exploit a variety of alternatives to capture content
  • Pirates profiting from stolen (legitimate) advertising
  • Pirates profit from fraudulent advertising (malvertising)
  • Close-up: examples of ransomware ads

Piracy Life Cycle: Distribution

  • The piracy-antipiracy life cycle: distribution
  • Consumer-to-consumer distribution: it's not piracy if it's allowed by rights-holder
  • Business-to-consumer distribution by pirates
  • Online distribution: peer-to-peer (P2P)
  • Online distribution: live streaming
  • Online distribution: media centers and app stores as hosts to pirate apps
  • Online distribution: compromised devices
  • Online distribution: illicit streaming devices (ISDs)
  • Online distribution: retail "IPTV" services
  • IPTV business models: consumer-facing offers
  • Setting up a piracy operation: choose a service platform and back-end
  • Close-up: the profits from piracy far outweigh the costs
  • Piracy business models: piracy-as-a-service
  • Piracy-as-a-service: outsource the entire operation, including the content

Piracy Life Cycle: Detection & Deterrence

  • The piracy-antipiracy life cycle: Piracy detection and deterrence
  • Piracy deterrence: pay TV and streaming security
  • Pay-TV antipiracy: detection through watermarking & monitoring
  • Piracy deterrence: platform requirements for usage monitoring and analytics
  • Piracy deterrence: protecting apps from penetration and reverse engineering
  • Piracy deterrence: service parameters and administration practices
  • Piracy deterrence: best practices for service administration
  • Piracy deterrence: conceptual guidelines
  • Piracy deterrence: business rules should guide detection parameters
  • Summary: components of an antipiracy framework

Piracy Life Cycle: Mitigation and Engagement

  • The piracy-antipiracy life cycle: mitigation & ecosystem engagement
  • Piracy mitigation: end-user mitigation practices and infrastructure and network issues
  • Piracy mitigation: operations and vendor administration
  • Ongoing deterrence: operations practices and countermeasures

Ecosystem Approaches Against Piracy

  • Non-technical countermeasures: ecosystem engagement
  • Industry collaborations against piracy: Americas
  • Antipiracy approaches differ region-to-region
  • Additional Piracy Use Cases
  • Cases: illegal distribution via 'IPTV' sites and illicit streaming devices (ISDs)
  • Cases: ransomware/piracy-as-a-service
  • Cases: VASTFLUX - exploiting ad automation by fraud
  • Cases: antipiracy through collaboration

Piracy Forecast

Market drivers and barriers

  • US Streaming Video Households (Millions)
  • US Streaming Revenue per Household ($US)
  • Streaming revenue - All US Households ($M)
  • Piracy Rate, Percentage of Streaming Revenue
  • Annual Revenue Loss to Piracy, per US HH ($US)
  • Revenue Loss to Piracy, All US HH ($M US)
  • Monthly Revenue Loss by Video Type ($M US)
  • Annualized Revenue Loss by Video type ($M US)
  • TV Piracy by Programming Type
  • Fraudulent Advertising to Web and Mobile - 2022-2027 ($M)
  • Breakout of Ad Fraud between Web and Mobile ($M)

Appendix: Key Suppliers

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