After a 22-year career in cinema, Jerry Murdoch, CinemaNext country manager, UK & Ireland, has announced his plans to retire. He will step down as country manager this month to be replaced by current CinemaNext UK sales manager Jordan Bedding. Over the next few months, Murdoch will reduce his hours, and will spend his time supporting and assisting Bedding with the transition before assuming a newly created role within the group until he fully retires.
Strong/MDI Screen Systems in partnership with Ecco Cine Supply and Service, announced today that Strong/MDI’s new HGA ReAct screen will be showcased at the 2023 Munich Film Week to be held January 24-27. The two companies will team up to bring the new HGA ReAct screen to the Kinopolis Mathäser Big Theatre.
Moving Image Technologies today named William Greene as interim chief financial officer, effective immediately.
Moving Image Technologies and LEA Professional today announced a partnership to distribute LEA’s line of smart power amplifiers to the global cinema market.
The Chinese electronics company TCL has renewed its partnership with the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. Under this extended partnership, TCL will apply its technology portfolio and entertainment expertise to enable richer, more immersive experiences at one of the world's most renowned theatres, just as it has done so since 2013, to contribute to the theatre's legacy.
When a growing movie theatre company was selected as the anchor tenant for a new high-end entertainment destination in San Ramon, California, the digital display, and cinema projection technology the company planned to incorporate would not only need to be reliable and robust; it also had to complement the stylish and elegant feel of the rest of the space.
Timed to the release of Avatar: The Way of Water, the Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace, one of the most beloved heritage cinemas in Australia, has installed a Christie CP4440-RGB pure laser projection system for its iconic auditorium.
Cinionic will install laser projection systems in Kinopolis theatres, one of the largest cinema groups in Germany. The installs are the first phase of a new project to bring laser-powered cinema to 48 Kinopolis screens across Germany by 2025, replacing Xenon projection with next-generation Barco technology from Cinionic’s all-laser portfolio.
Ballantyne Strong has announced that the company plans to change its name to FG Group Holdings, effective after trading on December 23.
Arts Alliance Media has announced the continuation of a long-standing partnership with Broadmedia, a cinema technology integrator offering comprehensive support, digital cinema package delivery, equipment, and software to exhibitors in Japan.