MORRISTOWN, N.J.—Sep 13, 2007
AccessIT CEO Keynotes Digital Cinema 2007 Conference
Bud Mayo, CEO of Access Integrated Technologies, Inc.’s ("AccessIT") (NASDAQ:AIXD), will make the keynote address entitled “Moving The Needle” at Digital Cinema 2007 on September 25 in London.
The conference is geared toward understanding how the film industry works in the digital age.
“There is no longer a debate about if or even when digital cinema will evolve our collective movie going experiences. AccessIT alone has already deployed almost 3,200 fully networked digital cinema systems in 40 states. Digital cinema is here, and its once mighty promise for audiences and the industry is being realized in the form of clearer, crisper images, more content choices and scheduling flexibility,” Mayo noted.
AccessIT, the digital cinema solutions leader, provides theatre operators the first and only studio-backed fully networked digital cinema system delivering more than three million digital screenings of Hollywood feature films to date. AccessIT’s ongoing Phase One deployment is the largest of its kind in the world.
Founded in 2000 by former theater operators and technology professionals who were skilled at integrating the many technologies that make digital cinema such a valuable revenue generator for theater owners and operators, AccessIT has been at the forefront of the digital revolution since the beginning of the movement.
“We’ve grown from a technology systems integration company to the premier digital cinema solution provider, delivering a variety of critical services that serve visionary theater operators who are seeking new ways to build their businesses and rebrand their destinations within their communities,” Mayo added.
Digital Cinema 2007, held at the Mayfair Theatre and Private Screening House in London, brings together everyone with an interest in digital cinema and its impact on the wider film industry.
About Digital Cinema 2007
Will alternative content, liberated by the digital format, be the savior of exhibitors? Will the rebirth of 3D both stimulate audience growth and stem piracy? Will digital projection expand content choice? Those are the types of questions that will be debated at this essential industry conference, which will bring together the major international stakeholders in digital cinema to evaluate the lessons to be learned from the U.S. and other key markets. This crucial event is aimed at studios, exhibitors, major and independent film distributors, postproduction companies, suppliers, manufacturers and solution providers, as well as film funding bodies, specialist film financiers, venture capitalists, consultants, accountants, analysts, lawyers and everyone with an interest in digital cinema and its impact on the wider film industry. Hear from senior figures in the d-cinema world as they dissect the available business models and put forward their valuable insight on how a fully digital industry will operate. For more information, visit www.digitalcinema2007.co.uk.