Cinema News Digest – Tuesday 20 March 2018

C&E Europe under-screened; Cineworld year-end results; Everyman profits triple; Curzon find Living Wage pays; Springtime for Cinema in France; NCM shares “undervalued” & Teperberg joins board; camcording piracy declines (except Russia); cinema returns to Ivory Coast; man suffers serious injury…

CJ Cinema News Digest – Monday 13 February 2017

50 Shades ‘ban’, Picturehouse strike (DTDC too), US cinema shares down, AMC to sell Manchester multiplex, Skylight outdoor cinema grows, Choovie movie price fixer app, “Trainspotting 2” fight in Scottish cinema and beardie bloke blocked, new Indian cinema fire and…

CJ Cinema Digest – Wednesday 10 August 2016

RealD’s Ultimate Screen, AMC accelerates Dolby Cinema, Cinepolis India price hike OK, Harkness India growth, walking distance Picturehouse, Russian BO up, weekly immersive live Little Cinema, Cineplex bedbugs, Germna cinema lock-in, CGV bed cinema success, Imax Pasching #1, Kate Scherping NCM CFO, new Tokyo Cinema Sunshine and cinema ‘ghost’….

NCM-Screenvision Call Off Merger – Winners and Losers

Now the general who wins a battle makes many calculations in his temple ere the battle is fought. The general who loses a battle makes but few calculations beforehand. – Sun Tzu, The Art of War, I-26 The proposed merger…

NCM Surrenders Lobby Ad Selling to Focus on Big Screen

Cinema advertising major National CineMedia has together with Cinema Scene entered a joint-selling agreement with Adspace Networks for a major digital place-based network that will dominate movie theater lobbies in the United States. The move will create economies of scale and free up NCM to focus…

Travis Reid Departs DCIP To Head Up Screenvision

[/caption] Last Thursday Digital Cinema Implementation Partners (DCIP) announced that Travis Reid, their CEO, had resigned. That same day on-screen advertising giant Screenvision announced that Shamrock Capital Advisors, a private equity fund founded by the late Roy Disney, had finalized…

Screenvision and National CineMedia In Merger Talks

Less than a week after denying bankruptcy rumors that caused the stock price of French conglomerate Thomson SA to plummet 15%, the company has moved aggressively to sell off its cinema advertising unit Screenvision.  Industry chatter that the Thomson subsidiary…

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