TACKLING PIRACY TOGETHER
- RIAA Commits $2.5M To Combat Latin Piracy In U.S. Cobo, Leila // Billboard;3/22/2003, Vol. 115 Issue 12, p8
Reports that the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has approved anti-piracy funds that will fight exclusively Latin music piracy in the United States. Significance of this decision; Extent of the piracy situation in the U.S.; Economic impact of piracy.
- ANDY LACK FACES THE MUSIC. Sellers, Patricia // Fortune;12/13/2004, Vol. 150 Issue 12, p60
Presents an interview with Sony Music CEO Any Lack. Lack's views on his approach to financial management; Views on the financial strength of the music industry; Advances in technology to combat music piracy; Potential growth in digital music sales; Consideration of television program development.
- South Africa Joins Fight Against Music Pirates. // Billboard;11/3/2001, Vol. 113 Issue 44, p61
Focuses on the proceedings of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry's (IFPI) 2001 world anti-piracy conference in Cape Town, South Africa. Theme of the conference, which was the cooperative anti-piracy efforts of industry, government and law enforcement authorities...
- IFPI Confab To Discuss Global Piracy. Holland, Billf // Billboard;6/15/2002, Vol. 114 Issue 24, p1
Reports on the planned proceedings of a 2002 International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) conference in Washington, D.C. Topics of discussion at the conference, including global music piracy; Efforts of the IFPI to reach a consensus among IFPI nations about piracy, despite the...
- REIGN DOWN IN AFRICA. PAKINKIS, TOM // Music Week;11/9/2012, Issue 45, p15
The article focuses on the lack of adequate infrastructures and foundations of the music market in Africa. It highlights the view of Great Britain-based chief executive officer (CEO) Ike Onuorah of Strictly Entertainment regarding the poor intellectual property, royalty collection, and legal...
- Seek and destroy. Fox, Barry, // New Scientist;11/22/97, Vol. 156 Issue 2109, p28
Reports on the development of a system called the Critical Band Encoding Technology (CBET) to prevent copyright infringement in sound recordings in the United States. Joint creation of the system by Arbitron and aerospace company, Martin Marietta; Embedding of `watermarks' into the sound...
- Warner U.K. goes online for promos. McCartney, Neil // Daily Variety;5/14/2004, Vol. 283 Issue 29, p10
Reports on the decision of Warner Music UK Ltd. to terminate promotion CD of pre-release music in favor of Internet distribution in London, England. Use of the secure Share! system developed by Interoute; Features of the computer software used to prevent piracy.
- RIAA Declares War On Pirates. Traiman, Steve // Billboard;06/12/99, Vol. 111 Issue 24, p54
Reports on the issuing of the `Anti-Piracy Good Business Practices for CD Mastering and Manufacturing Plants' guidelines by the Recording Industry Association of America. Aim to stop illegal manufacturing of copyrighted audio, video, compact discs, and digital video discs (DVD); The industry's...
- SEARCH AND CO-OPT. Penenberg, Adam L. // Fast Company;May2007, Issue 115, p53
The article discusses a new way of combating the pirating of copyrighted material on the Web using PodZinger. PodZinger, a video search start-up in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has developed a technology that will allow copyright holders to search the web using voice recognition methods, find their...