ClearPlay CEO on VidAngel and Future of Family-Friendly Movie Filtering (Interview)

ClearPlay launched its first DVD player in 2004 and then added a streaming service in 2014 before an upstart company — VidAngel — took a chunk of its business by offering streaming movies for only $1. But when Hollywood studios successfully sued VidAngel last year in a copyright/license case and a judge forced VidAngel to stop streaming movies, ClearPlay was left as the only remaining company in the U.S. offering families a way to skip violence, nudity and coarse language in movies watched at home.

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