Watch IT, the first and largest digital platform owned by the Egyptian state, announced that in the framework of its efforts to protect the rights of creators and producers and the Egyptian artistic heritage and the future of the drama and film industry, has addressed the task of reviving and presenting the creative content of Egypt according to the latest methods, and stop the series of waste and piracy exposed to this public content for many years through applications, programs and foreign channels and through social media, which wasted the rights and turned into a platform for piracy threatened creativity and threatened production companies in various fields.
Watch IT has noticed during the past few days a lot of inaccuracies, false statements, intentional targeting, misunderstanding and appreciation in addition to attempts to exaggerate rumors about the objectives of the company, which is originally owned by the Egyptian state and its goal to protect the rights of Egyptian television and Egyptian producers and creators.
Watch IT announces the following:
Firstly, as an Egyptian state-owned company responsible for protecting, preserving and displaying the artistic content in the Egyptian TV archive, Watch IT will not allow further waste or piracy on any of the artistic materials or creative content owned by the Egyptian Television.
Second, the company announces that it will not stop at the protection and presentation of creative content in Maspero. It will also have great surprises in the future production processes, in which the giants of the digital platforms compete to present the Egyptian drama and cinematic content in the world.
Third, the company’s general vision confirms that the track of Watch IT as a state-owned company is the safe scientific way to protect the rights of creators and producers.
Fourth, Watch IT welcomes the cooperation of producers of drama and cinema and other creators to achieve fair returns serve the industry of drama and cinema and provide appropriate production conditions to enrich the art industry in Egypt.