How to Stop Piracy in Nigerian Entertainment Industry By Ajumoke Nwaeze The issue of piracy in Nigeria has been much talked about in the entertainment world, which includes the film and music industries. A recent study revealed that eight out of every 10 works in the market are pirated copies. This act, which is also a salient form of corruption in the county, has become an impediment to film-makers and the development of arts and has led to the loss of resources by entertainment stakeholders in Nigeria.
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The 5th one is the Beta tape's red spine facing us. The 6th one is a zoom-in on the red trapezoid sticker. At the same screen with the VHS and Beta tapes sitting with each other, the text "If it isn't red, it isn't real" appears.
They both sport red spines and different tape labels. There are still shots and camera zoom-ins. The 2nd one shows the front of the Beta tape with a camera zoom-in on the red trapezoid-shaped sticker on the reel shield that only has the logo's RCA and Columbia Pictures parts, omitting the Torch Lady.
The same screen with the VHS and Beta tapes sitting with each other is shown again. When the voice-over is at the hotline number part, the print logo of the company itself appears on a white background with the hotline number " " appearing below.
From tothe print logo on the white background is changed to a still picture of the spinning cube logo on a blue background. The hotline number is colored white and it types in. From tothe Beta front zoom-in and the repeat of the 1st shot are removed, and the spinning cube logo on a blue background is changed to an ending freeze frame of the usual spinning logo with the hotline number wiping in.
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Finally, the text above and below the cassette appear.An experienced international pay-TV professional with proven industry leadership credentials, Martin Stewart is the Chief Executive Officer of OSN, the region’s leading entertainment network.
The London School of Economics and Political Science has released a new policy brief urging the UK Government to look beyond the lobbying efforts of the entertainment industry when it comes to. 17 Of the remaining 15, every one found that piracy has a significant effect on the revenues of the entertainment industry, including one that found that file sharing was the cause for the collapse of record industry sales from to The issue of piracy in Nigeria has been much talked about in the entertainment world, which includes the film and music industries.
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The MPAA, which estimates that the U.S. film industry loses $3 billion a year from physical piracy alone, is growing increasingly frustrated by how often video files are available on the Internet. In , the arcade game, Computer Space was released. The following year, Atari, Inc. released the first commercially successful video game, Pong, the original arcade version of which sold over 19, arcade cabinets. That same year saw the introduction of video games to the home market with the release of the early video game console, the Magnavox Odyssey. 4 Once again, the issue of piracy and its concurrent drain on the profits of entertainment companies is back in the spotlight. With the advent of Napster in June of , the fortunes of the music industry have plummeted. In and , global music sales were close to 40 billion dollars annually.
association representing companies that publish computer and video games. This warning screen from RCA/Columbia Pictures International Video is a red open big box with a RCA/Columbia VHS tape inside, showing the red spine with the words "RCA/COLUMBIA PICTURES INTERNATIONAL VIDEO" surrounded by 2 copies of the company's logo on a white r-bridal.com the bottom of it is the words "If it isn't red, it isn't real." colored in red.