There is no question that the internet has facilitated innovation, improved consumer choice and encouraged competition in the audiovisual industry. The advent of streaming services from Netflix, Apple TV, DAZN and many others has given consumers the choice of where, when and how to watch audiovisual content. Traditional broadcasters have developed similar offers, expanding their repertoire of services from one-to-many to one-to-one. The availability of this plethora of choice has been very important during the pandemic.
Illegal internet protocol television service provision is organised and transnational. SHEILA CASSELLS provides an overview of efforts to disrupt the ecosystem.
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