Screener mortis

October 2003
Daily Variety;10/1/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 63, p19
Trade Publication
Editorial. Focuses on the banning of motion pictures screeners in the 2003 Oscar Award in New York City. Way of fighting against the piracy of digital video discs and videocassettes; Factors affecting the earnings of various sound recording studios; Details on the support of several artists on the campaign.


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