Theater Management Systems

Digital Cinema Pioneer AAM Turns Twenty

Mon, 06/12/2023 - 09:05 -- Nick Dager

On June 17, digital cinema pioneer Arts Alliance Media will celebrate its 20th anniversary. The company was founded in 2003 by Thomas Hoegh and Arts Alliance Ventures, and initiated the first global digital cinema rollout, replacing 35mm projectors with digital upgrades for the UK’s Digital Screen Network. A short time later, AAM became the founding investor of Lovefilm and Picturehouse Cinemas, which were eventually sold to Amazon and Cineworld respectively. In 2007, AAM negotiated financing agreements with the Hollywood studios and that same year launched its first theatre management system. In 2008 AAM completed the first virtual print fee deal in Europe with the French cinema chain CGR.

Arts Alliance Media Unveils Screenlighter TMS for Smaller Cinemas

Sat, 04/29/2023 - 15:53 -- Nick Dager

Arts Alliance Media has unveiled its Screenlighter theatre management system designed exclusively for small and independent cinema. Screenlighter, designed to solely meet the operational requirements of independent and one-four screen cinemas, is now market-ready and successfully being operated following the completion of a robust pilot program.

Toho Cinemas LaLaport Kadoma Opens with GDC Technology

Sat, 04/29/2023 - 15:33 -- Nick Dager

Toho Cinemas LaLaport Kadoma is deploying GDC’s SR-1000 standalone integrated media block and integrate its TMS-2000 as well as the web-based CMS-3000 central management enterprise software. With this new facility, the company continues to expand its footprint in Japan and maintain its focus on the deployment of leading technologies to create the best cinema experience with excellent added value to retain and expand its customer base.

Flix Brewhouse Deploys GDC Central Management Entertainment Software

Sat, 04/29/2023 - 15:14 -- Nick Dager

Flix Brewhouse has deployed GDC’s CMS-3000 web-based central management entertainment software, designed to fully automate the content transfer and monitor real-time playback status, sound processors and digital cinema projectors for all the nine properties from the company’s headquarters in Round Rock, Texas.


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