The Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition’s live theatrical event footprint has now surpassed 1,030 sites, expanding the opportunity to bring more consumers together for exclusive live cinema experiences.
The satellite delivery network Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition is reducing the prices on feature film delivery for both exhibitor and content provider customers effective today. This lowered pricing comes after a record-breaking year of achievements for DCDC in 2022.
The Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition and KenCast, developer of a leading digital cinema content delivery system, have entered into a new long-term agreement to distribute across the U.S.
In what many referred to as a transition year for the industry, the Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition said it managed record-breaking achievements in 2022 with new goals exceeded. The distributor saw the most titles delivered in a single quarter, the third quarter since its inception with a record 91 titles including several live events.
Soccer fans throughout Mexico are enjoying the FIFA World Cup live at 280 cinemas thanks to satellite operator CinecolorSat and digital cinema content distributor KenCast.
Cinemark has extended its partnership with KenCast to ensure the distribution of theatrical content across South and Central America. By recommitting with KenCast, Cinemark will ensure that the latest feature films, special events, and trailers will continue to be distributed to the hundreds of cinemas Cinemark operates in fifteen countries from Guatemala to Argentina.
The Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition has announced that it will once again pay rebates to all its customers based on their continued use and support of the network. DCDC first provided rebates in March 2020 after paying back its founding investors (AMC Theatres, Cinemark Theatres, Regal Entertainment Group, Universal Pictures, and Warner Bros.) their initial investments in full.
In July 2021, the Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition named longtime film industry veteran Howard Kiedaisch to take the reigns as CEO, in the wake of Randolph Blotky’s decision to step down. DCDC, the satellite network originally formed by AMC Theatres Regal Entertainment Group, Cinemark Theatres, Universal Pictures, and Warner Bros., now has more than 800 sites that can receive exclusive live cinema events. Those sites represent more than 3,100 theatres and more than 33,000 screens across the U.
The Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition has announced that its network’s live theatrical event footprint has now surpassed 800 sites, expanding the opportunity to bring more consumers together for exclusive live cinematic experiences. The 800-plus sites in DCDC’s growing network represent more than 3,100 theatres and more than 33,000 screens across the U.S.
The Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition, the world’s largest cinema satellite delivery network announced today that it will be reducing prices and lowering minimum commitments on many of its services effective January 1. The company said the sweeping pricing reductions will affect feature film, live, and event delivery for both the exhibitor and content provider communities.