It's pirate radio... but for streaming!
A new stunt perfectly demonstrates how a broken streaming system encourages piracyWe've all been there: you have a sudden itch to watch a specific movie, and, after a cursory search of Netflix, you realize it's not there. Next step: Google. Type in a search query for where that particular movie is streaming. It's not on Hulu or Amazon Prime Video.
All The Streams Is Pirate Radio For The Age Of StreamingMSCHF, subversive agents of chaos, are back with another project that teases the legality of current social standards with All The Streams. A pirate radio-like website that delivers streaming content instead of top 40 hits. Pirate radio as a concept is a simple one: it's a radio station that broadcasts without a valid license to do so.
This 'pirate radio' pays for Netflix, HBO, and Disney+ so you don't have toDigging The Mandalorian? Cool, get ready to shell out $7.99 a month for Disney+. Dying to check out the new season of Westworld? You better budget another $16 to $25 for HBO Max. But what about all the true crime documentaries the internet is buzzing about?
Here's A Site To Watch Free Streaming TV For Your Coronavirus QuarantineThere are two huge problems with streaming: One, you have to pay for Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go, etc....and it starts to add up. (Or you have to have a parent, roommate, friend, ex, hairdresser, grandparent, coworker, or anyone else with a pulse who will share their account.)
MSCHF's latest stunt is to pirate video from Netflix and Hulu and Disney+ and maybe build a brandIt's very likely that you don't know MSCHF. It's also likely that you've come across one of their wild ass projects. From "Jesus Shoes" filled with holy water to a collar that lets your dog finally tell you what it thinks about you to IRL loot crates that dare you not to open them - [...]
This site is a pirate radio for the most popular streaming servicesPirating content is making a comeback (again) thanks to the streaming wars. Given the influx of streaming services created to compete with Netflix, such as Disney+, Apple TV Plus, and Peacock, people are now turning back to torrenting their favorite shows instead of paying multiple subscription fees.
How to Run a Business in 2020Gabriel Whaley and his colleagues do whatever they want all day. Sometimes, they even make money. Gabriel Whaley, the chief executive of MSCHF, outside the company's Brooklyn office. Credit... George Etheredge for The New York Times In recent years, stars have lent their names to all kinds of sneaker collaborations.
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