December 2012
Cinema Technology;Dec2012, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p4
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the development of digital cinema which can be effectively seen from the replacement of film projectors by their digital equivalents. It informs that the cinema companies have introduced Theatre Management Systems which allow the whole process of dealing with films at the cinema to be carefully controlled and managed. It reflects that the process of distribution of movies to cinemas have also started changing from traditional cans and vans methods to satellite system.


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