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NAGRA announces myCinema™, a Digital Transformation of the Cinema Experience

NAGRA, a Kudelski Group company unveiled myCinemaTM, a ground-breaking service designed to transform the cinema experience.

NAGRA will introduce myCinema at CinemaCon 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 23-26, 2018. 

“myCinema will drive the digital transformation of the cinema experience,” says André Kudelski, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer, Kudelski Group. “By connecting movie theater screens, myCinema brings the agility of the Internet age to cinemas. This means that an unprecedented choice of content can reach any screen at any time at a very competitive distribution cost.”

 

“The movie theater, the true and premier place for watching movies, will now welcome – with myCinema – all forms of content, entertainment and more,” adds Pierre Lescure, Member of the Board of Directors of the Kudelski Group. “This may be the big opportunity for cinemas, the response to the rise of digital platforms for home entertainment. As the President of the Cannes Film Festival, I will follow this project of the Kudelski Group with great interest as it starts its first distribution in North America. This is an exciting development for the cinema industry.”

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“We are partnering with theater owners that are looking forward to growing their audience and maximizing venue utilization. As an Internet platform, myCinema enables diversified and flexible programming,” continues André Kudelski. “Thanks to its AI-based analytics, myCinema identifies the unique fandoms active in a cinema’s local community and recommends targeted content choices. myCinema also features an app-based loyalty program tailored for each local cinema that allows consumers to express their programming wishes. Another key benefit is that myCinema significantly enhances image and sound quality, which are critical to drive people to the theaters.”

 

“Content creators will find in myCinema an Internet platform that connects their valued creations to any theater screen in a cost competitive way. This is a dramatic shift in the content distribution model, allowing theaters to screen a wide variety of content, including national interest or niche, recent or vintage and recorded or live,” Kudelski, added.

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