A new report states the, “company has adopted a more accommodating approach toward Hollywood, and that it’s finally starting to pay off.”
Lionsgate has reached a cooperative deal with the Google-owned service, “other big media companies are in talks with Google about similar deals, say sources with three different entertainment companies,” according to Cnet.
Film companies are changing their mind-set because Google has begun being a little more flexible in terms of chats about revenue sharing (pay the artists, people) and anti-piracy protection for TV shows. Avast…
“We’ve been working with them on filtering and they’re doing a pretty good job,” one executive told Cnet.com. “We’re pretty impressed with the results and their ability to identify our clips and allow us to automate the process.”
There’s an in-depth report on this just here….