Ellingson, Annlee
September 2005
Boxoffice;Sep2005, Vol. 141 Issue 9, p113
Trade Publication
Reports that National CineMedia (NCM) has added motion picture theater company Cinemark as an investor. Number of screens which will be served by Digital Content Network of NCM; Cinemark's installation of digital distribution technology; Addition of 20th Century Fox by NCM as one its content partners.


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