KPMG Says The Obvious, Will Hollywood Now Listen?

from the probably-not dept

David writes “KPMG has released “research” which found that too many Hollywood execs are focused on copy-protection rather than business model. News of the report is making its way around the web. How can it be that a krusty consulting firm can release (and charge for) research which simply restates which the every-netizen has been saying all along? And will Hollywood execs finally step back from their perks and points and listen to the truth of the matter?”

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