Torrent Tracker Reports Helps to Indicate Demand, Distribution and PricingAdded: Friday, April 16th, 2010
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A new system monitoring BitTorrent traffic, called Torrent Tracker Reports, indicates the type of content which is more popular and the place it’s located. Thus clients can reveal the ratio between demands and opportunities, which will help them to fix marketing, distribution and pricing correspondingly.
Jumpwire Media, a cross media company from New York, has launched Torrent Tracker Reports – a new system working by monitoring content. Its purpose is to help understand what sort of material online is popular and where it can be found. An advantage of the system is that it isn’t actually about anti-piracy; it just considers infringement a signal for the market, indicating the demand and pointing to opportunities.
It’s especially aimed at TV material capability, by gathering television user trend information for all the TV shows for the last 2 years. Jumpwire Media is sure that piracy is the most precise estimation of the value and demand ratio for TV shows. While all television distribution groups consider piracy a loss and not a profit, Jumpwire Media feels that piracy is a clear signal for the market, indicating the demand and pointing to opportunities. There are over fifty million BitTorrent users daily, working as their own programmers when looking for the shows they want to see and choosing the time they want to see them. This fact influences the television environment and indicates the way traditional broadcasters should go to get a bigger market share. Torrent Tracker Reports provides them a way to maximize their content value by determining all user trends, this including their geographical locations. The system provides an accurate real-time picture of the people’s needs, showing what content they are searching for. Using this information, media companies will be able to better meet the demands of their audiences, fixing their marketing approaches, distribution methods, and even pricing.
For instance, the system reveals that Canadian series “Being Erica” is a very popular download within Russia and Poland, where it’s had not been available on TV. Content producers failed to offer it over there, thus losing the money and letting piracy to fill in this gap. Torrent Tracker Reports is definitely a step towards for media companies to change the situation about the piracy legally.
April 16th, 2010Posted by:
Friday, April 16th, 2010
|yea, but i bet, before long the MPAA and RIAA will talk them into giving out Statistical data on peer reports, to check the most common IP's to persue them...|
Sadly, it usually always ends that way for these company's. Because the market had no intention of changing, they just intend on changing there consumers. Market motto "Sales through Power"
|Yeah, well said! Check out Invisible Empire, all is not as it seems!||
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