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Movie studios lost 6.1 billion to piracy in 2005

The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) just released a study revealing losses related to worldwide internet piracy. Host Tom Fudge talks with MPAA Vice President of Corporate Communications

Movie studios lost 6.1 billion to piracy in 2005


The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) just released a study revealing losses related to worldwide internet piracy. Host Tom Fudge talks with MPAA Vice President of Corporate Communications, Kori Bernards, about how the studios plan to fight piracy. Tom will then speak with CNET editor-at-large Brian Cooley, who believes that the studios should just make movie downloads legal.

Guests:

  • Kori Bernards is the Vice President of Corporate Communications for the Motion Picture Association of America.
  • Brian Cooley is the editor-at-large for CNET.
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