Global Film and TV Piracy Insight Report 2016
Unlocking value from a new global market
2016 edition definitively highlights a massive audience shift in viewing piracy content via video streaming websites
Released in July, MUSO’s Global Piracy Insights Report 2016, is the film & TV industry's most comprehensive view of the global piracy market. The 2016 report reveals important new data and highlights trends on film & TV piracy consumption across billions of pages of content, revealing a major viewing shift in online audiences, with streaming piracy now accounting for over 70% of all film & TV piracy.
- 73% of all piracy visits via streaming delivery mechanism
- 78.49bn total piracy site visits for January to December 2015
- 12% of global piracy originating from the United States of America
- Mobile device piracy increasing 5% over the year
- Torrent website visits fall 18% throughout the year
The world’s first large scale global piracy analysis for the film & TV market
2015 highlights a clear audience adoption towards piracy streaming websites, and a massive preference change away from P2P/Torrent usage globally. However, country-level trends also highlight a piracy market in transition, with huge variation between different regions. These figures were drawn through analysis of global traffic from 14,000 of the largest global piracy websites, comprising of over 141 billion visits to these sites.
Film & TV piracy reports available
- Country level reports for top 15 film & TV markets globally.
- Our 2016 reports are available to purchase for the United States, Canada, France, United Kingdom, India, Germany, Russia, Australia, Mexico, Brazil, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands, as well as special region reports for Scandinavia and MENA region countries. Country level reports include a detailed piracy profile of that region, and analysis of long term trends and audience behaviour towards piracy.