Where to Watch

MPAA-approved sources of movies and TV shows

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Lucas CERDANHiring@lucascerdan · Product & UX, Algolia
First link I clicked, on their homepage, is "The Newsroom (2012)": http://wheretowatch.com/tv-shows... "This season is not available" (for all seasons). And now they'll be wondering why nobody cares about their approval.
Alex@alxmlv · (\/) (°,,,°) (\/)
Uh ... the content you are trying to access is only available in the US.
Chris Messina
Chris MessinaHunter@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
I heard about this from Polito: Content companies, including the movie industry, have been vocally supportive of voluntary initiatives to battle online piracy. The MPAA has launched its own effort, titled “Where to Watch” — a website that directs viewers to places they can download or stream movies legally — and helped launch the Copyright Alert System, a partnership with Internet service providers designed to educate web users about and eventually diminish copyright infringement. MPAA CEO and former Sen. Chris Dodd earlier this year called that effort “an important step forward in building collaborative programs through which the content and tech communities can work together.”
Jamie Wilkinson
Jamie Wilkinson@jamiew · Chief Product Officer @Kickstarter
Love their design but also struggled with some titles. A competitor worth checking out (not MPAA-approved): http://gowatchit.com/
Clark Wimberly
Clark Wimberly@clarklab · UX Designer
The search is pretty horrendous. Seems to have no idea which titles are actually popular.