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Cinema Technology Magazine's 7Omm Issue
Cinema Technology, December 2015

The 70mm Newsletter
Written by: Managing Editor Jim Slater Date: 03.12.2015
The December 2015 issue of Cinema Technology Magazine will bring you all the news and information from the IBC Big Cinema Event 2015 in Amsterdam, with details of the seminars and the showings, and of all the latest technologies being readied for cinema use. We will also have a special 70mm issue, with news of the new installation at London's Prince Charles Cinema, a full report on the Karlsruhe Todd-AO Festival, Bradford Widescreen Weekend and news of 70mm festivals. Grant Lobban will be providing the latest of his historical articles and there will be the usual interesting mixture of cinema news, interviews with projection people, special features, and feedback from readers.

About Cinema Technology Magazine

Cinema Technology Magazine began as a modest supplement to the BKSTS Journal and has since grown and developed to become the leading specialist publication for cinema industry professionals. CT provides essential reading for all those professionally involved with the exhibition side of the cinema industry. It is unashamedly a TECHNICAL journal, but the technology is always leavened by a fascinating mix of articles about everything that is happening in the industry, and historical pieces about the technologies of yesteryear. A major strength is that it is supported by the members of the BKSTS Cinema Technology Committee who work in the industry and are able provide information and contacts to ensure that the technical coverage is accurate and up to date. Cinema Technology Magazine gets to every projection box and to every cinema manager in the United Kingdom, and we really try to achieve this, as well as to selected cinemas and influential industry figures in Europe, and around the world, as well as to the entire BKSTS/Moving Image Society membership in 55 countries worldwide. We know that it is read and retained by top management and technicians alike, in multiple and independent cinemas, and this means that it provides the ideal advertising medium for all those seeking to influence this important market.

Each issue features

• Coverage of the latest technological developments and trends
• Training tips and operational discussion for technicians
• Equipment performance, assessment and analysis
• Interviews with, and opinions from, key industry figures
• New openings and behind the scenes reports from the world's leading venues
• News from the Cinema Technology Committee
• Feedback - readers letters and correspondence
...and much more!

Cinema Technology Magazine is providing detailed coverage of technological trends and developments in the world of Cinema Exhibition, it is essential reading for all those involved in the industry. Read and referenced by top management and technicians alike, Cinema Technology magazine is the ideal advertising medium - offering unequalled advertising and promotional opportunities in print and online for all those seeking to influence this important market.
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