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Conatel Launches Campaign Against Piracy as TVes Broadcasts ‘Soul’ Without Paying Rights to Disney

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Conatel Launches Campaign Against Piracy as TVes Broadcasts ‘Soul’ Without Paying Rights to Disney

Tves broadcast “Soul” without paying the rights to Disney

Conatel, along with major subscription television companies in Venezuela, has launched a campaign to raise awareness about the risks of consuming pirated audiovisual products. A video broadcast by Conatel during commercial breaks on television stations like Venevisión and Televen highlighted the dangers of piracy, including low quality content and the theft of personal information.

Despite the campaign’s efforts, questions arise about whether television stations affiliated with Chavismo, such as Ávila TV and Tves, managed by Winston Vallenilla, will face investigation and sanctions. These channels have been accused of airing series and movies without obtaining the proper copyright and distribution rights.

One example of this was Tves broadcasting “Star Wars Episode IX: Rise of Skywalker” and “Soul” from Disney without permission. The issue of piracy in Venezuela’s television industry remains a concern, and Conatel’s campaign serves as a reminder to viewers to prioritize legal and safe viewing experiences.

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