As cinemas around the world prepare to reopen under a "new normal," Boxoffice PRO editors Daniel Loria and Rebecca Pahle host a roundtable with executives from Texas circuits currently in operation. The session will share learning lessons from the reopening process––from planning to executing a Covid-19 reopening plan––and promote an open dialogue among exhibition professionals to share insights and experiences in their own process. Register today to attend the live webinar or receive a video link with a recording of the session.
Every week, we host live sessions with key leaders to talk industry, crisis management, and the future of movie-going in a time of COVID-19. Our events are hosted by Boxoffice Pro and attended by a wide range of industry professionals and executives from across Europe and America.
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Sign up for an exclusive Boxoffice Pro LIVE session in partnership with CineEurope featuring Phil Clapp, Laura Houlgatte and Jaime Tarrazon from the International Union of Cinemas (UNIC). This live webinar will feature a moderated Q&A session where guests can participate and interact with other guests by asking questions, participating in polls, and addressing topics concerning the state of theatrical exhibition.
On today’s episode of the Boxoffice Podcast, Russ Fisher with guests Daniel Loria and Rebecca Pahle discuss the LIVE Sessions webinar. In the webinar, John Fithian and Patrick Corcoran answer important topics and questions on NATO actions, long-term impact, and what recovery will look like. Tune in to stay informed on what’s next for the cinema industry!
Can virtual solutions enable theaters to stay open at this time? In this week’s episode of The Boxoffice Podcast, Russ Fisher and Daniel Loria look at Kino Marquee, the virtual theatrical initiative from Kino Lorber that can help cinemas bring revenue during the COVID-19 crisis. Can virtual solutions enable theaters to stay open at this time?
On today’s episode of the Boxoffice Podcast, Russ Fisher and Daniel Loría, along with statements by Matthew Bakal from Atom Tickets and Jeff Rosenfeld from Cinemark, discuss theaters’ newest strategies to generate income, if these strategies will stick around, and what companies are focusing on for the future.