National CineMedia has strengthened its network with the addition of five new affiliate partners, adding 71 new theaters, 533 screens and approximately 20 million attendees to its national theater network, enabling it to better compete in the broader premium video marketplace. The newest theatres in the NCM network include: Bow Tie Cinemas, Cinergy Entertainment Group, Main Street Theatres, Megaplex Theatres, and MJR Digital Cinemas.
Screenvision Media will be the first customer for Sito LABS (Location Audience Behavioral Sciences), a data as a service mobile marketing platform to help marketers analyze and target consumers. Through Sito LABS, marketers can use Sito Mobile’s location-based data to access enhanced behavioral data and analytics about custom audiences and locations.
Movio has signed a data licensing agreement with Screenvision Media for access to the Movio Media platform, which aggregates moviegoer data to provide film distributors, studios and screen advertisers with audience insights as well as targeted, cost-effective campaign solutions. More than 14 million active U.S. moviegoers are profiled within Movio Media, from 33 percent of North American screens of the large cinema circuits or cinemas with more than 20 screens.
Targeted at premium art house theatres, Screenvision Media’s new network Screenvision Select launched in theaters this past fall within the top domestic markets across the country.
Webedia has acquired a majority stake in UK-based cinema web development and digital marketing specialists Peach Digital Limited.
The company believes the acquisition of Peach will reinforce Webedia’s existing assets in Europe and the US. It will add the Peach Cinema Web Platform, featuring the middleware application that is central to Peach’s online cinema offering.
Screenvision Media today announced the signing of two new long-term agreements totaling 177 screens across 17 theatres with CMX and Pacific Theatres. These agreements increase Screenvision Media’s inventory in the nation’s top three markets: New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago
Screenvision Media has signed long-term agreements totaling 1,790 screens across 170 theatres with eleven key exhibitors: National Amusements, Premiere Cinemas, Studio Movie Grill, Frank Theatres, Cinépolis, Classic Cinemas, Emagine Entertainment, Zyacorp Entertainment’s Cinemagic Stadium Theatres, Zurich Cinemas, CineLux Theatres and Cinema Café.
National CineMedia has partnered with Twitter and Disney to feature Rogue One trailer assets and fan tweets on NCM's Lobby Entertainment Network of screens strategically located near the box office and other high-traffic lobby locations in select movie theatres nationwide. “This is our way of reimagining the lobby experience,” said NCM president Cliff Marks.
Bow Tie Cinemas has signed on to become National CineMedia’s newest affiliate. Beginning in the first quarter of 2017 Bow Tie’s 43 theaters with 271 screens in Colorado, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, New York and Virginia will become part of America’s Movie Network.
Screenvision Media has hired west coast sales veteran Vince Amalfi as vice president of national advertising sales. Based in Screenvision Media’s Los Angeles office, Amalfi will lead the LA ad sales team, deepen client relationships and grow opportunities for brands and agencies across the west coast.