Entrepreneurs realize that a business must evolve to stay relevant: give consumers what they want. Unfortunately, the same is true for the online piracy business. As pirates evolve, we need to be one step ahead.
Over the last few months a new trend in streaming piracy has emerged.
Pay-TV operators are used to thinking in terms of winning the largest share of a consumer’s disposable income: their wallet. In today’s digital world, is that still the most important battleground? With only so many minutes in the day, should operators really be fighting for people’s time?
What’s the fuss all about?
Watching TV typically comes out top in any survey related to leisure activities or media consumption.
One of the things I love about this industry is that it’s constantly evolving. I believe the media industry is at the cusp of some of the most significant and rapid change we’ve seen in decades. And we are already seeing the early opportunities that this new paradigm brings.
Not losing focus
Consolidation within the industry shows no sign of stopping; most recently Charter’s planned acquisition of TimeWarner as well as Arris|Pace merging.