By Oliver M. Pulumbarit
“We assure the public that we work 24/7,” said Optical Media Board (OMB) executive director Dennis Pinlac, one of the guests at the Philippine commemoration of World Intellectual Property Day in Makati last week.
By Bong Lozada
MANILA, Philippines—Cinema security will be stepped up in the Philippines to curb illegal recording by digital pirates.
By Marinel R. Cruz
The Optical Media Board (OMB) will be on nationwide alert starting Wednesday when the Hollywood blockbuster “Man of Steel” opens in local theaters, a week before its American premiere.
By Maricar Cinco
Members of the Optical Media Board (OMB) and the police Criminal Investigation and Detection Unit confiscated 44 sacks of pirated movies in DVDs worth P6.1 million and two television sets in a series of raids in Manila and Laguna, OMB chairman Ronnie Ricketts said on Monday.
By Aries B. Espinosa
Movie pirates can no longer use the darkness of movie houses as cover, top honchos of the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) and Optical Media Board (OMB) vowed.