There IS life after digital for the smaller independents!

December 2012
Cinema Technology;Dec2012, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p71
Trade Publication
The article focuses on signing of an agreement between the chief executive officers of an end-to-end cinema sale and service organization dcinex and the Digital Funding Partnership (DFP) association. It informs that the agreement ensures exhibitors to arrange funding by the Virtual Print Fee (VPF) mechanism to help them in the transition to digital projection technology. It also informs that the VPF business model has never been designed for small cinemas to generate an aggregate turn rate.


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