Distribution & Exhibition

Ymagis Begins Rebranding Initiative

Wed, 03/30/2016 - 10:30 -- Nick Dager

Ymagis Group has begun a complete corporate rebranding initiative effective immediately, and which will be rolled out through the second quarter of 2016. The rebranding effort encompasses all aspects of the visual identity of each of the company’s brands as well as the complete revision of the company tagline, mission and vision statement. The company is now structured into three business units with new names and visual identities.

Satellite Coverage Grows in Latin America

Mon, 03/28/2016 - 12:52 -- Juan Manuel Borbolla

Digital cinema electronic distribution in the Latin American region is rapidly reaching theatres, delivering studio and independent movies as well as live alternative content. Out of the estimated 12,000 screens in the region (some 2,200 theatres), electronic distribution has been growing to reach more than 6,000 screens. Mexico is the main contributor to the number, as Cinepolis and Cinemex account for more than 5,500 of those screens.

Share Dimension Opens U.S. Office, Adds Executives

Fri, 03/25/2016 - 11:31 -- Nick Dager

Share Dimension has opened an office in Los Angeles and appointed several people to support the fast growing global organization. Christiane Ducasse has been appointed vice president, sales and business development, North America. The company is also announcing new members of their finance team, located in Europe. Dennis Siemelink will be global finance controller and Simona Bota, finance administrator. Matt Klosinski, account manager and product specialist, is also joining the Los Angeles office.

Theatre Management Software: Ymagis

Thu, 03/24/2016 - 11:21 -- Nick Dager

It is challenging to run a modern digital cinema theatre complex without theatre management software, which raises the question: who would want to? TMS has streamlined the exhibition business and opened the door to possibilities that were not even imagined more than a decade ago. With CinemaCon 2016 set to convene next month in Las Vegas one thing is certain: TMS will be a major topic at the show. To help readers stay abreast of the latest developments in Digital Cinema Report asked leading manufacturers what we can expect at the show. In part three of our ongoing series I spoke via email with Frédéric Verdière, product manager, Ymagis Group.

Cinema Sound: Klipsch Group

Thu, 03/24/2016 - 11:11 -- Nick Dager

Movie theatres are getting bigger again and exhibitors have learned that audiences are willing to pay for the kind of immersive entertainment that simply can’t be duplicated in the typical home theatre. This trend has only increased the demand that the audio match, or even surpass, the quality of the images on the big screen. Cinema sound has never been bigger or more important. Understanding that, Digital Cinema Report reached out to key manufacturers to learn what developments in sound technology they’ll be highlighting when the exhibition industry gathers next month at CinemaCon 2016 in Las Vegas. In the final part of this ongoing series, I spoke with Dusty Thomas, cinema sales manager, North & South America, Klipsch Group, to get his perspective.

Theatre Management Software: Dolby

Wed, 03/23/2016 - 12:04 -- Nick Dager

It is challenging to run a modern digital cinema theatre complex without theatre management software, which raises the question: who would want to? TMS has streamlined the exhibition business and opened the door to possibilities that were not even imagined more than a decade ago. With CinemaCon 2016 set to convene next month in Las Vegas one thing is certain: TMS will be a major topic at the show. To help readers stay abreast of the latest developments in Digital Cinema Report asked leading manufacturers what we can expect at the show. In part two of our ongoing series I spoke via email with Jed Harmsen, senior director, cinema products, Dolby Laboratories.

Cinema Sound: SLS Audio

Wed, 03/23/2016 - 11:56 -- Nick Dager

Movie theatres are getting bigger again and exhibitors have learned that audiences are willing to pay for the kind of immersive entertainment that simply can’t be duplicated in the typical home theatre. This trend has only increased the demand that the audio match, or even surpass, the quality of the images on the big screen. Cinema sound has never been bigger or more important. Understanding that, Digital Cinema Report reached out to key manufacturers to learn what developments in sound technology they’ll be highlighting when the exhibition industry gathers next month at CinemaCon 2016 in Las Vegas. In part six of this ongoing series, I spoke with Chuck Mulhearn, sales manager worldwide, cinema, SLS Audio to get his perspective.

O’Connor Joins Screenvision Media Event Cinema Team

Wed, 03/23/2016 - 11:47 -- Nick Dager

Screenvision Media has named Craig O’Connor director of distribution, event cinema. His addition to the Screenvision Media team comes in time for the company’s first highly anticipated event cinema program following their re-launch in partnership with Kaos Connect, premiering May 2016. In his new role, O’Connor will be responsible for the distribution strategy of all event cinema programs.

Theatre Management Software: AAM

Tue, 03/22/2016 - 12:10 -- Nick Dager

It is challenging to run a modern digital cinema theatre complex without theatre management software, which raises the question: who would want to? TMS has streamlined the exhibition business and opened the door to possibilities that were not even imagined more than a decade ago. With CinemaCon 2016 set to convene next month in Las Vegas one thing is certain: TMS will be a major topic at the show. To help readers stay abreast of the latest developments in Digital Cinema Report asked leading manufacturers what we can expect at the show. In part one of our ongoing series I spoke via email with John Aalbers, CEO of Arts Alliance Media.

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