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The cinema landscape continues to see marked changes in content distribution, packaging and production. In play are various forces disrupting how movies are exhibited and consumed, including new distribution models, continuing advances in digital technology and the emergence of new growth markets. Such weighty financial and technical concerns bear down heavily on distributors and studios alike.

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  • Charlotte Jones | May 15, 2018
    In 2017, exhibitors continued to invest in RGB with over 315 new RGB screens installed for a total of 699 RGB screens worldwide in 2017, an increase of over 80% from the 384 one year prior and growing more than seven fold from 89 RGB screens active in 2015.
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  • Icon Tim Westcott | May 04, 2018
    The Media & Technology Digest provides a monthly analysis of the key trends and innovations shaping the global technology landscape. Written by our senior analysts the digest includes a detailed focus on key industry hot topics, analysis of all major industry and product announcements with in-depth examinations of significant industry trends.
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  • David Hancock | April 20, 2018
    This is the 18th edition of our annual digital cinema summary, our research on this topic having started back in 1999. However, digital cinema as a concept is really no longer a relevant term, with the cinema exhibition sector now digitised in its entirety. There remain some issues with providing a digital distribution backbone into those cinemas but effectively the cinema sector is now a digital medium.
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  • Icon Associate Director – Research and Analysis, Cinema, IHS Markit
    Ms. Charlotte Jones is the associate director of Research and Analysis for Cinema at IHS Markit.
  • Icon 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.
  • Icon Senior Research Analyst, Cinema, IHS Markit
    Ms. Xin Zhang is a senior research analyst for Cinema at IHS Markit.

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