Wednesday, December 12, 2007

I-Movies Ode


Movies on the Internet

You're watching TV 1 evening scanning through the reruns thinking it's pathetic how little there exists to watch anymore when a incredible movie trailer comes on. It's every single thing you love - the right actors, the wit, the action - and your heart beats a little faster in anticipation - if only you may watch it RIGHT Currently!

Well, the film industry has heard you. Along with the speed of the internet, consumers have at present come to a new stage of demand. It wore to be that we WANTED every single thing immediately - at present we EXPECT it.

This isn't the sort of thing that goes unnoticed by industries that cater to public reception. And at present it's been announced that we might not be far away from just walking above to our computer and downloading the newest releases.

When you took a meeting at the Cannes Film Festival, Culture Ministers from across Europe, film industry representatives and Internet Service Providers were among those who met to discuss the possible policies needed to distribute movies online.

BBC news reports European Union media commissioner Viviane Reding as stating: "In Europe, as in more continents, the opportunities for people to enjoy films online are set to increase tremendously above the next couple years".

Naturally there are however many issues to be resolved prior to movies are readily available to the public online. Piracy and broadband capabilities are however being questioned.

Piracy became the large issue when music files were being illegally shared across the internet. While the music industry fought against such services as Napster, it is however far away from recovering their market revenue and the film industry isn't anxious to join them.

What cannot be debated is that there exists a market, and no industry likes to bypass that because of possible problems.

Right currently European broadband could not be higher to the task of downloading such big files however has plans to proceed with distribution soon.

In Us there has already been movie distribution with the inevitable legal proceedings against individuals facilitating unauthorized downloads.

Even given that the fight against piracy is being taken incredibly seriously per industry, it's however parents who are at the forefront of setting the illustration and instructing kids on the ethics of downloading such material. Responsibility is learned.

In any event, the next time you see a neat movie advertised and you are convenient to the internet, perhaps you should stay in, avoid the lines and the traffic and check it out online!

Maitre Defilz is the owner of FAQ Movie which is a premier resource for movie information. For more information, go to http://www.faqmovie.com.


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