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USL, Inc., a global supplier of quality cinema products, is celebrating its 30th year of pioneering technical advancements for the motion picture industry.  In 1997, USL received an Academy Technical Achievement Award for its PSA Light meter.  Today, USL engages in the research, development and manufacture of cinema audio equipment, cinema visual and audio test equipment, and digital cinema integrated media blocks.  USL’s equipment and products are used by major cinema circuits, independent theaters, production companies, and sound stages.  USL’s cinema equipment is sold and used in every country in the world.
Ballantyne Strong Inc. is a provider of digital cinema projection equipment, screens and services as well as specialty lighting equipment. The Company supplies major and independent theater chains, top arenas, theme parks and architectural sites around the world. Ballantyne Strong is a value added reseller of major brands that include BARCO, NEC, Doremi, GDC, USL, Dolby and QSC. Excellent products coupled with Strong Technical Services providing installation, integration, NOC (Network Operation Center) and field service. Ballantyne Strong Inc.is a true turn-key provider for sales and service to cinema chains of all sizes.
2013 marks the introduction of the S2K models specifically designed for small screens less than 35 feet. The S2K models feature the same performance as the next generation projectors with the Series 2 electronics platform from DLP Cinema.  The new S2K projectors will display images in 2K and will feature the leading attributes for which DLP Cinema is known...precise colors, brightness and contrast complaint to the DCI specifications; and proven reliability.  In addition, the new S2K models feature High Frame Rate capability.  Affordability and reliability for small screens is no longer a vision...it’s a reality from the DLP Cinema licensed partners (Barco, Christie and NEC).  The most important benefit to exhibitors and audiences is images in DLP Cinema S2K, 2K and Enhanced 4K are displayed in exact colors.  But you don’t have to take our word. The DLP Cinema team received the 2009 Academy® Scientific and Engineering Award for Color Accuracy.  For unsurpassed reliability with unmatched brightness and the most options in resolution and pricing, make the right choice – DLP Cinema – the worldwide leader in digital cinema
Ymagis is dedicated to Digital Cinema services. Ymagis offers its expertise to film distributors and advertising agencies, producers and exhibitors. Services include VPF deployment management, DCP/KDM servicing and digital cinema installation and maintenance. Ymagis has signed VPF agreements with the six US major studios, as well as many local European distributors and advertising agencies. Ymagis has also agreed to deploy digital systems in cinemas representing more than 2,700 screens throughout Europe, of which 2,200 are already deployed. Ymagis has contractual relationships with both exhibition circuits and art house independents cinemas.
Volfoni is a leading 3D equipment specialist. Mastering the whole production process from R&D to distribution, Volfoni offers 3D technologies for all 3D applications from 3D Cinema to immersive simulation as well as engineering, home cinema and gaming. To match increasing demand in 3D products, Volfoni has massively invested in R&D to become one of the few companies worldwide to offer active and passive 3D solutions. Volfoni products are appreciated by the most demanding users because they answer, in a creative way, the constantly changing needs of the various 3D applications which are currently booming.
As one of the world's leading global solution providers for digital cinema, media delivery and display markets, GDC Technology (“GDC Tech”) has successfully delivered and installed digital cinema servers, projection and 3D systems worldwide. GDC Tech is currently the largest supplier of digital cinema servers throughout Asia and the second largest provider of digital cinema servers worldwide, serving its customers through offices in the US, Mexico, Spain, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, China and India. GDC Tech is a portfolio company of The Carlyle Group. 
Moving Image Technologies manufacturers and markets a full complement of cinema exhibition equipment and services to support the industry’s transition to digital cinema, including: custom engineering, systems design, integration, digital technology solutions for 3D, digital cinema, pre-feature on-screen advertising and components. Moving Image Technologies’ mission is to have the most talented, passionate people in cinema working to provide the best presentation tools for the cinema exhibition industry.
Scrabble Ventures LLC, located in Cypress, CA, provides a low cost leasing program that enables US exhibitors to convert to DCI-compliant digital projection. Created with the support of the major Hollywood Studios and other content distributors, Scrabble’s lease programs have been specifically designed for any independent exhibitors, with low monthly payments, flexible terms, and the option to purchase at the end of the lease at no additional cost.  Please contact us today to find out how to make the move.
NEC Display Solutions’ Digital Cinema Projector Series offers the most comprehensive digital cinema solution on the market today. These 3D-capable models enable theaters to deliver stunning digital images regardless of screen size, while simplifying theater management and reducing costs. All of NEC's digital cinema projectors meet DCI specifications for performance and reliability, meeting the requirements of today’s cinema industry. NEC also offers full digital signage solutions, highlighted by its award-winning 32”-82” LCD displays and multimedia projectors, for lobbies, concessions and concourses.
Harman International leverages the combined technical leadership and worldwide distribution networks of JBL Professional and Crown International to provide the most innovative digital audio systems available. JBL Cinema loudspeaker systems are the market leaders from sound stages and post production rooms to theatres worldwide. The new “next generation” ScreenArray® Series feature the latest JBL technical innovations. Crown DSi, Digital Screen Series, amplifiers provide the full range of power, while incorporating all digital processing required for the JBL cinema speakers, creating the perfect integrated digital theatre sound system.
Sony Digital Cinema™ 4K projection technology has continued to evolve to meet the ever expanding needs of digital cinema exhibition and be compliant with the DCI specifications. The projector’s 4K resolution is derived from its 4096 by 2160 pixel matrix, or approximately 8.8 million pixels, allowing it to deliver the highest image resolution cinema projection today -- four times the resolution of 2K projection systems and consumer HD televisions. Sony Digital Cinema™ 3D is provided by Sony’s dual-lens adaptor system which presents 2K images to both eyes at once, for a comfortable, realistic viewing experience. Sony 4K also supports 60P for the full impact of 3D live sports, converts and gaming events.
Unique Digital kick-started the digital cinema advertising revolution in Europe. Following the conversion of all Norwegian screens for digital advertising in 2002, and their move into providing full Digital Cinema solutions, the company's technology has been installed in over 1500 screens in Europe. Unique Digital Ltd. is an active member of SAWA (Screen Advertising World Association) and holds a seat on the digital sub committee. Unique Digital Ltd. today operates out of London and Dublin.
London-based Arts Alliance Media is the worldwide leader in digital cinema.  The company offers industry-leading cinema software solutions; financing solutions for digital conversion; installation, maintenance and support for digital cinema systems; management and delivery of content to cinemas; and world-class event cinema.
Meyer Sound makes the finest loudspeakers for high-performance digital cinema applications, including VIP auditoriums and screening rooms.  Ideally suited for both feature movies as well as alternative content.  Meyer Sound is devoted to meeting the needs of exhibition, film post-production, music studios and sound reinforcement professionals with the finest audio systems available. 
Sonic Equipment Company is a one stop provider for all of your Digital Cinema needs. From site survey to install, our knowledgeable staff is there with you.  Our certified and bonded technicians will work you and your staff through the install and training. Be sure to ask us about our Digital Service options. From digital conversions to building new theatres, our company is your best choice. We have been building and renovating theatres for more than 20 years across the Midwest. This experience allows us to be there with you from consultation to your grand opening. Call us today or follow us on the web.
Doremi is the world’s leading developer and manufacturer of digital cinema servers and mastering stations. Doremi’s DCP-2000 was the first commercially available server capable of playing JPEG2000 digital movies conforming to DCI specifications. With its technological head start, Doremi has over 50,000 servers installed worldwide, and continues to develop and introduce new products for theater owners as they transition to all digital exhibition.
Today, amongst the handful of companies across the world that are working to fulfil the exacting needs of DCI, there are fewer still that look beyond. Qube Cinema is committed to creating a seamless world of Digital Cinema with products that are innovative, powerful, reliable and cost-effective. Qube Cinema is a company with a passion for cinema and a thorough understanding of film, video, audio and computer technology along with vast experience in the production, post-production and exhibition industries - a unique combination of expertise that has helped in the development of the company's digital cinema technology.
QSC is the cinema leader of complete D-cinema audio technology under one brand. Complete QSC B-chain solutions provide the very best play back for Digital Cinema, for both feature release and alternative content. QSC system designs offer remote monitor and control of cinema complex sound systems integrated into the D-cinema network infrastructure. With 40 years in the pro audio business QSC provides innovative solutions that integrate, signal processing, amplification and loudspeakers seamlessly to provide both exhibitors and cinema patrons a true D-cinema experience.
Dolby Laboratories develops and delivers products and technologies that make the entertainment experience more realistic and immersive. For four decades Dolby has been at the forefront of defining high-quality audio and surround sound in cinema, broadcast, home audio systems, cars, DVDs, headphones, games, televisions, and personal computers. Based in San Francisco with European headquarters in England, the company has entertainment industry liaison offices in New York and Los Angeles, and licensing liaison offices in London, Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Tokyo.
Technicolor Digital Cinema has been a pioneer in the advancement of digital cinema initiatives.  By working side-by-side with content providers as a technology enabler and service provider, Technicolor is utilizing its industry knowledge and expertise to develop solutions for technologies and standards to facilitate the global commercialization of digital cinema.  With locations worldwide, Technicolor offers the most comprehensive set of digital cinema services including content mastering, satellite & physical distribution, digital key management, and fulfillment services for accessories such as 3D glasses—all supported by a 24/7 multilingual customer call center.  Technicolor has mastered and distributed features for every major studio, currently serving cinemas in 35 countries, and operates the largest digital cinema satellite footprint in the industry.  Additionally, Technicolor delivers pre-show advertising content via its satellite distribution network to over 6,000 screens weekly.
Cinema Equipment and Supplies offers a full range of state-of-the-art cinema products and services to outfit your theater with the latest and greatest in the most cost-effective manner. From 3D projection systems to 3D sound, TMS solutions to remote monitoring, CES has you covered. As global leaders in the industry, CES has factory-certified technicians that are fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese and have installed over 1,000 digital cinema systems in over 17 different countries.  
Cinevise was launched in 2009 to provide the best possible service to our clients by unlocking the full potential of digital cinema through IT Networking. Our vendor-certified expert staff at our Network Operations Center (NOC) draws on over 30 years of experience in both Cinema and Information Technology and is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
KenCast continues to enhance its cinema offerings to meet the latest requirements in the way major Hollywood studios and entertainment vendors distribute content to theaters. KenCast has enabled delivery for the DCDC (Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition), a joint venture distribution operation between AMC Theatres, Cinemark Theatres, Regal Entertainment Group, Universal Pictures and Warner Bros, to allow delivery by satellite or fiber optics of very large movie files, and the streaming of live events for effective delivery of content to multiple screens in multiplexes. Powering the DCDC platform, KenCast has served 17,000 screens across 1,200 venues in North America. KenCast provides s large cinema movie file delivery and live-event streaming into theaters with their EdgeSpan CinemaPro appliance and the EdgeSpan Enterprise server. 
Highlands Technologies Solutions (HTS), founded in 2012, is a spin-off of Doremi Technologies Europe, headquartered in Sophia Antipolis, France.  HTS specializes in providing the cinema industry with new solutions that will expand and leverage existing digital equipment.  HTS is targeting new trends and methods in commercial cinemas with solutions that will range from theater supervision of operations and screen quality monitoring to interactivity in the lobby and on the main screen.
Bardan Cinema has been a leader in cinema equipment sales in Latin America and the Caribbean for over 40 years. With a well-established reputation and broad customer base that spans independent boutique theaters to large multiplexes, Bardan provides total solutions and services ranging from cinema design, equipment sales, installation, monitoring and VPF implementation. In collaboration with D-Cinema NOC, Bardan now offers comprehensive 24/7/365 proactive monitoring and remote support to exhibitors throughout the region.
Christie is a leader in visual solutions for world-class organizations, offering diverse applications for business, entertainment, and industry. A leading innovator in film projection since 1929 and a pioneer in projection systems since 1979, Christie has established a global reputation as a total service provider and the world's single source manufacturer of a variety of display technologies and solutions. Christie offers comprehensive solutions for cinema, large audience venues, control rooms, business presentations, training facilities, 3D and Virtual Reality, simulation and education as well as industrial and government environments.
USHIO manufactures the highest-quality digital cinema projection bulbs available. USHIO xenon short-arc lamps boast a spectrum that is closer to natural sunlight than that of any other artificial light source. In addition to commercializing products for search and spot lights, which demand precise, powerful white beam lamps, USHIO became the first in the world to develop a xenon short-arc lamp exclusively for large scale, theater-use movie projectors.
Barco, a global technology company, designs and develops visualization products for a variety of selected professional markets. Barco has its own facilities for Sales & Marketing, Customer Support, R&D and Manufacturing in Europe, North America and Asia Pacific. Barco (NYSE Euronext Brussels: BAR) is active in more than 90 countries with about 3,900 employees worldwide. Barco posted sales of 1.156 billion euros in 2012.

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Qube Cinema Partners with MiT for Synchronized Multiscreen Projection at Comic-Con 2013 —Jul 29, 2013
Qube Cinema partnered with Moving Image Technologies (MiT) to provide multiscreen projection of synchronized digital cinema content in Hall H at Comic-Con International in San Diego recently.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site Past Qube Cinema Press Rels. Qube Cinema Dir. Page Qube Cinema Web Site
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Moving image Technologies Chosen Manufacturer of the Year —Jul 26, 2013
At  ICTA’s (International Cinema Technology Association) annual convention and business retreat, held this year at the US Grant hotel in downtown San Diego,  Moving Image Technologies (MiT) received the prestigious TEDDY AWARD as Manufacturer of the Year.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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Moving iMage Technologies Teams Up with Independent Act V Theaters to Digitally Convert Oregon’s Cornelius Cinemas —May 7, 2013
Moving iMage Technologies (MiT) continues to support the small and medium size exhibitors throughout the industry.  MIT, with its partners in VPF finance and technology industries, offered a creative digital cinema solution crafted specifically for converting Act V Theaters’ site in Cornelius Oregon.  The flexible package was created to accommodate the special requirements needed to convert the Cornelius Cinema multiplex to digital.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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Moving iMage Technologies passes 2,000 in shipments of its XL-Mover —Apr 16, 2013
Moving iMage Technologies has surpassed the 2,000 unit shipped milestone of its RealD™ XL automated mover system.  The system allows for the complete automated and pre-programmed moving of the RealD™ XL 3D optics from the image path of the digital projector, making the transition from 2D to 3D and back to 2D seamless and incredibly quiet.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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Moving iMage Technologies Celebrates 10 Years Serving the Cinema Exhibition Community —Apr 15, 2013
Moving iMage Technologies is proud to announce the celebration of its 10 year anniversary. Founded in 2003, Moving iMage Technologies specializes in providing the cinema exhibition community with a myriad of products and services tailor made for their specific projection, audio, and FF&E needs.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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Independents Choose CinTech® for Installation and Service —Apr 15, 2013
CinTech®, a leader in the digital cinema and digital signage industries, assists several independent theatres in making the conversion to digital cinema. With the support of Moving Images Technologies (MiT), CinTech® is able to provide small, independently-owned cinemas with their choice of digital cinema equipment while providing unparalleled skill in installation service, thus making the possibility of conversion accessible to all types of theatres.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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Syufy Enterprises Selects Barco to Become the World’s Largest All-Digital Drive-In Movie Chain —Nov 8, 2012
Barco, a pioneer in global digital cinema technology, and MiT, an independent equipment integrator and installer, are supplying Barco’s industry-leading DLP Cinema® projectors for 100 percent of Syufy’s drive-in theaters located in California, Arizona and Nevada.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site Past Barco Press Rels. Barco Dir. Page Barco Web Site
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Moving Image Technologies (MIT) Celebrates Cinemark's Completion of their DCIP Digital Cinema Rollout —Mar 19, 2012
MIT announced today that it has completed Cinemark's DCIP digital cinema deployment, integrating their entire United States digital cinema roll-out comprising over 3,400 screens. In addition to supplying custom bases to Cinemark, MIT also performed integration services pre-configuring the servers, automations, switches and interface cabling for the full circuit deployment, delivering and converting every single screen on time and in full.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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Frank Tees Joins Moving Image Technologies as Vice President, Technical Sales Support —Nov 11, 2011
MOVING iMAGE TECHNOLOGIES (MiT), a leading manufacturer and integrator of cinema equipment, is pleased to announce that Frank Tees has joined the company as Vice President, Technical SalesSupport.  Frank spent the last 15 years with Regal Entertainment Group as Southwest Director of Technical Services. He brings over 20 years of experience in cinema exhibition to help expand the service and support offerings of MiT, very important to MiT's growth as the newly appointed Factory Master Distributor of NEC's digital cinema projectors and their full complement of cinema servers, lobby display and software solutions.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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Prehistoric Digital Selects Barco's Latest Digital Cinema Post-Production Projector —Oct 18, 2011
Barco, Guinness World Record holder for the brightest DC projector, stakes claim to Hollywood's post-production industry with its latest digital cinema post-production projector, recently acquired by Prehistoric Digital of Los Angeles, CA. Built using the same highly efficient light engine which achieved the world record for brightness, Barco's DP2K-P is designed specifically to meet the stringent quality specifications of the post-production community.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site Past Barco Press Rels. Barco Dir. Page Barco Web Site
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NEC Display Solutions Adds Moving Image Technologies as Digital Cinema Master Reseller for the Americas —Sep 27, 2011
NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc., a leading provider of commercial LCD display and projector solutions, has selected Moving Image Technologies, a US manufacturer and technology integrator, as a Master Reseller of its full line of DCI Compliant DLP™ Digital Cinema Projectors in the Western Hemisphere to include the US, Mexico, Canada, Central and South America and the Caribbean. Along with digital cinema projectors, Moving Image Technologies will also distribute NEC’s full complement of cinema servers, lobby display and software solutions.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site Past NEC Digital Cinema Press Rels. NEC Digital Cinema Dir. Page NEC Digital Cinema Web Site
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Moving image Technologies Introduces its New Line of Ac Power Sequencing, Distribution, and Filtering Products —Mar 23, 2011
MIT introduces its IS-20 AC Power Distribution/Sequencer at CinemaCon 2011.  The new IS-20 Series offers AC distribution, sequential on/off control, and surge suppression for single-phase electronics.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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MIT Passes 1,000 System Milestone in Cinemark/DCIP Rollout —Oct 10, 2010
Since signing a multi-year contract and purchase agreement with DCIP (KASIMA) in March 2010 Moving Image Technologies has now shipped over 1,000 fully integrated Series-2 pedestal systems in support of Cinemark’s digital cinema rollout.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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Moving Image Technologies Hires Elizabeth Sands as its New Director of Sales —Jan 18, 2010
Moving iMage Technologies is proud to announce the hiring of Elizabeth Sands as its new Director of Sales. Elizabeth or Beth comes to MiT with over 17 years of cinema experience having worked with such major manufacturers as Dolby, Sony and JBL. Beth’s focus will be to continue to strengthen MiT’s presence with small and medium size cinema exhibitors.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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Moving image Technologies Selects Barco Projectors for New Digital Cinema Funding Program —Mar 30, 2009
Digital Cinema pioneer Barco announced today that Fountain Valley, California-based MiT (MOVING iMAGE TECHNOLOGIES) has selected Barco as the preferred digital cinema projector supplier for a new financing program targeted at enhancing the buying power for small to medium-sized theatre owners.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site Past Barco Press Rels. Barco Dir. Page Barco Web Site
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Moving Image Technologies and All Media Capital Partner to Assist Exhibitors in Financing of 3D Digital Cinema Systems —Jan 27, 2009
MOVING iMAGE TECHNOLOGIES has partnered with All Media Capital to assist theatre owners in participating in the 3D and digital cinema rollout, while at the same time providing the means for an exhibitor to maintain control of his own projection equipment.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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Moving image Technologies Announces Availability Of New Series Of Control And Monitoring Systems For Digital Cinema —Mar 5, 2008
The iMC-10 Control and Monitoring System is the flagship product in the new line of digital cinema automations from MiT. The iMC-10 brings full network functionality and remote monitoring capabilities not found in other systems.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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MOVING iMAGE TECHNOLOGIES rolls out its first Dolby 3D Digital Cinema Installations —Jan 7, 2008
Continuing its support for the independent cinema exhibitor, Moving iMage Technologies has installed its first Dolby® 3D Digital Cinema systems at Cinema City in Anaheim Hills, CA and Whittier Village in Whittier, CA; as well as Maya Cinemas’ flagship theatre in Salinas, CA.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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MiT Announces Formation of the ImageTech Service Network —Jul 11, 2006
Moving Image Technologies (MiT) is pleased to announce the formation of the ImageTech Service Network. This will be a nation-wide network of digital cinema-trained technicians and engineers with extensive experience in the cinema industry. MiT realizes that for digital cinema to succeed there must be a solid infrastructure of technicians and engineers to install and support this new equipment. Unlike service propositions from other major manufacturers, MiT’s service network is different in that it does not compete with the existing dealer, service, and in-house technical staff; rather it enhances and enables them.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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Moving Image Technologies Announces FUSION™ Digital Projection Module —Mar 14, 2006
Moving Image Technologies (MiT), a leading manufacturer of cinema exhibition equipment, announced today the development of the FUSION™ digital projection module, a new, patent-pending concept which will greatly facilitate the rollout of Digital Cinema (D-cinema). The announcement was made at ShoWest, the largest annual tradeshow for the cinema exhibition industry.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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Barco Digital Cinema welcomes Moving Image Technologies (MiT) as a Digital Cinema Partner —Jan 10, 2005
Barco Digital Cinema is pleased to announce they have signed a contract agreement with Moving Image Technologies (MiT) to be a Value Added Reseller (VAR) of Barco’s digital cinema equipment. MiT, a leading manufacturer and integrator of cinema exhibition presentation systems, is the nineteenth company to join Barco Digital Cinema’s extensive network of VAR’s and dealers.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site Past Barco Press Rels. Barco Dir. Page Barco Web Site
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Moving Image Technologies Announces the Hiring of Thomas Lipiec to Establish and Maintain Cinema Industry Leading Customer Service —Oct 24, 2003
Joe Delgado, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing is pleased to announce the appointment of Thomas Lipiec to the key position of Director, Sales and Customer Service.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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New Cinema Projector Company Formed by Industry Veterans, “Moving Image Technologies” —Sep 24, 2003
Joe Delgado, Bevan Wright, and David Richards, three well-known and highly respected long-time players in the cinema exhibition industry, have formed Moving Image Technologies (MIT), with plans to become the premiere manufacturer and integrator of presentation equipment specifically designed for the cinema exhibition industry. They have been joined by Phil Rafnson and Glenn Sherman, PhD, two senior executives with extensive industry experience.  Full Release Past Moving image Technologies Press Rels. Moving image Technologies Dir. Page Moving image Technologies Web Site
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