MPAA President Glickman Discusses Movie Piracy and the Promises and Pitfalls Facing the Industry at National Press Club Luncheon Speech

This article reviews the speech by Dan Glickman, President and CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) to the Newsmaker Luncheon at the National Press Club, which outlined the challenges facing the movie industry in the 21st Century, stressing that the industry was well-positioned to confront and overcome them to launch a new "Golden Age" for Hollywood. Citing the particularly difficult problem of movie piracy, Glickman stated that the industry must be forward-thinking and aggressive in protecting its creative products against theft.

Provided by: Motion Picture Association of America Topic: Software Date Added: Nov 2004 Format: HTML

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