The media market is changing rapidly. In this panel, TPI scholars present trends in video streaming based on a dataset of over a trillion observations of household online behavior. This research examines who streams what and the growth in so-called “virtual” cable systems. It also examines piracy, exploring not just who watches pirated video, but also the extent to which pirated video replaces legitimate video.
Sarah Oh, Research Fellow, Technology Policy Institute
Scott Wallsten, Senior Fellow and President, Technology Policy Institute
Michael Smith, Professor of Information Technology and Marketing, Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College
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