The global digital conversion of cinemas is almost over

May 03, 2016  | Subscribers Only

David Hancock David Hancock Director – Research and Analysis, Cinema & Home Entertainment, IHS Markit
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We have now been tracking digital cinema for 17 years, reporting and analysing on the development of a twenty year (plus) transition and the last ten years of rollout. We are now at a point where the majority of the 60 countries covered in IHS Cinema Intelligence service are converted to digital and, including e-cinema screens in India, 98.2% of the world’s cinema screens are now digitised.  For this Insight piece, we will focus on the progress towards full conversion in territories that are lagging behind and look at the progress of new technologies in cinemas.

Highlights:

  • The global conversion of cinema is almost at end as 98.2% of cinemas have made the transition
  • 3D is still a key element in cinema exhibition, with 52.9% of d-screens equipped for it
  • PLF screens now exceed 2,000, and new technologies are making their way into the cinema experience

List of Table and Charts:

  • Highest d-screen growth rates by territory
  • Highest d-screen growth rates by territory 2014/2015
  • Number of D-Cinema screens
  • Regional development of d-screen penetration
  • Regional penetration of d-cinema screens
  • Penetration of 3D against total digital screens Ranked by highest, 2015


Number of Pages: 9

 

Number of Tables and Charts: 6

 

 

David Hancock

Director – Research and Analysis, Cinema & Home Entertainment, IHS Markit

Mr. David Hancock is a director of Research and Analysis for Cinema & Home Entertainment at IHS Markit.

Geography
Global
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Media & Advertising
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Cinema
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