“To paraphrase Fred Wilson, video piracy happens because the public is not given the content they want, when and where they want it.
What is the changing landscape of TV? 86% of women recently surveyed in the UK only go to Facebook for advice on what to watch. You can now watch shows when you decide to – not when the broadcasters programme it. TV is more about the entire experience – when and where. The amount of video, TV, and film content available online is growing exponentially – the public needs ways to filter this content. Will the ‘water-cooler’ phenomenon continue or fall away?”