Leading cinema software company Arts Alliance Media (AAM) and the prestigious San Sebastian International Film Festival (SSIFF) have renewed their partnership for a second year, with AAM providing cinema software to manage all content and scheduling of screenings during the festival.
Leading cinema software company Arts Alliance Media (AAM) have announced a deal with China’s Jackie Chan Cinema chain to deploy AAM’s Screenwriter Theatre Management System across more than 200 screens.
The deal was concluded in conjunction with Beijing CServ, a professional IT and cinema TMS provider and one of AAM’s Chinese reseller partners.
Leading Dutch exhibitor JT Cinema is set to centralise all its operations with a deal to buy Arts Alliance Media’s Producer enterprise content management system.
The agreement, which covers 102 screens across the Netherlands, will see all of JT Cinema’s sites connected to Producer at head office. From one central instance at head office, JT will be able to monitor and manage all content, KDMs, advertising and trailer pre-show, and reporting across 20 sites.
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Cinemeccanica, one of the world’s leading cinema equipment suppliers, has announced that it is to offer Screenwriter, Arts Alliance Media’s Theatre Management System (TMS), with its Cinecloud server.
Cinemeccanica’s customers in 90 countries will be able to purchase the Cinecloud server and Cinecloud library with Screenwriter pre-installed and ready to use. As part of the agreement, Cinemeccanica will be also be retroactively upgrading around 400 existing servers to provide the benefits of Screenwriter to current customers.
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