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Kinepolis sets a second foot in the North American market with the acquisition of MJRSeptember 04, 2019Belgian exhibitor group Kinepolis has announced a deal to acquire MJR Digital Cinemas with its 164 screens in the United States for an estimated $151.25m.
Atom Tickets reaches two thirds of US screensJune 05, 2019Specialist movie ticketing company Atom Tickets has added major US exhibitor Cinemark to its list of exhibitors, taking its screen count to over 26,000 screens of the US screen estate of 40,000 screens plus.
Subscription business model expands in cinemasApril 03, 2019Although Europe counts with solid precedents of cinema subscription offerings, this business model was implemented in large scale in the US for the first time only in 2017. In recent weeks, three new subscription solutions have entered the US cinema market launched by exhibitor Alamo Drafthouse, technology solutions provider Influx and ticketing services company Atom Tickets.
Vue to become largest exhibitor in GermanyOctober 24, 2018Leading International exhibitor Vue International has signed a deal to buy Cinestar, the largest multiplex chain in Germany, for as much as $256million (Euro 221.8 million) from Australian group Event Hospitality & Entertainment.