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London—Nov 4, 2013

Arts Alliance Media to Open DCP Duplication Facility In Spain with Kelonik

Digital cinema specialist Arts Alliance Media (AAM) has announced it is to expand its Content & Distributor Services division by opening a duplication facility for DCPs (Digital Cinema Packages) in Barcelona, in conjunction with Spanish partners Kelonik. The facility is due to open at the end of the year. 
AAM’s Content & Distributor Services department currently services European and worldwide clients from its base in London. It provides digital cinema services such as encoding, reversioning and subtitling, as well as the creation and duplication of DCPs to play out on digital screens and full KDM (Key Delivery Message) management. The new Spanish facility will provide a base in the heart of Europe to provide even more comprehensive service to current and future Spanish clients as well as better servicing of pan-European distributors. It will provide more economical local duplication and shipping services to cinemas or warehouse facilities. 
Arts Alliance Media will supply the new facility with duplication equipment and stock to mirror the facility operating in London, and will also utilise an existing fully equipped cinema for QC activities.  Kelonik will provide all operational logistics involved in the duplication and shipping of DCPs, as well as adding extensive territory expertise to the service. 
Utilising technology that AAM has been working with for some time, DCPs will be sent via secure electronic transfer between the London and Barcelona offices, allowing for duplication onto AAM systems and providing maximum efficiency. AAM’s Booker software, developed in-house, will also be installed in Barcelona to manage all drive movements and KDM bookings. 
Victoria Galloway-Dacie, VP Content & Distributor Services at AAM, said “Our team has been doing a great job over the past few years servicing clients across Europe and beyond, and we’re delighted to be able to bring that service closer to our European clients to provide an even better and more economical service. We couldn’t ask for a better local partner than Kelonik, and look forward to joining forces.” 
Tomas Naranjo, Partner and Director of Kelonik, added “Being able to provide a seamless digital cinema service to clients across Europe will provide better value and convenience for those for whom Barcelona is closer to their operations. Working with AAM who are experts in DCP duplication, we are excited to open our doors in Barcelona to existing and new clients for all their digital content needs.”

Arts Alliance Media Contacts:
Alessandra Skarlatos 
 +44 (0)20 7751 7543 
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About Arts Alliance Media:
Arts Alliance Media (AAM) is the global leader in digital cinema software and services. We offer a wide range of solutions to exhibitors which enable them to reduce costs, increase efficiency, grow revenue, and improve the cinematic experience for their customers.

Our software touches over 45,000 digital screens globally, while AAM’s network operations centre (NOC) supports several thousand screens. Arts Alliance Media is a part of the Luxin-Rio Group, the world’s foremost cinema technologies provider. Also within the group are Mediamation, creators of the world-wide phenomenon MX4D, and Volfoni, a global leader in 3D technology.
Arts Alliance Media Directory page Arts Alliance Media Web Site
About Kelonik Group: Since 1975 KELONIK GROUP has been dealing exclusively with the delivery and installation of digital projection equipment, 35mm and 70 mm in cinemas, auditoriums, theatres, multi-purpose halls and so on. The KELONIK Group is one of the market leaders on the Spanish market with about 2000 installed digital projectors as well as 600 installed cinema halls out of Spain. The KELONIK Group has several branches in Brazil and the Dominican Republic. Kelonik Group Directory page

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