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Arts Alliance Media
9-11 North End Road
London , W14 8ST
Ph: +44 (0) 20 7751 7500
Arts Alliance Media (AAM), based in London, Paris and Amsterdam, is Europe's leading provider of digital cinema technology, content and deployment, dedicated to building the largest digital cinema delivery network in Europe, and to supplying digital content - films, alternative programming and live events.
Arts Alliance Media, based in London with offices in Paris, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Oslo, Milan and Berlin, is the worldwide leader in digital cinema, offering a complete range of services, as well as VPF financing solutions for digital conversion. These services include installation, maintenance and support for digital cinema systems; world-class software solutions; management and delivery of content to cinemas; and alternative content and live events. AAM has European Virtual Print Fee (VPF) agreements in place with all six Hollywood studios and has signed over 3,850 VPF screens in multiple territories, including with many leading exhibitors. The company recently activated its Latin American VPF programme with a raft of exhibitor signings in the past weeks. AAM's digital cinema software currently touches approximately 15,000 screens worldwide. The London-based Network Operations Centre supports over 5,500 digital screens around the world, and the company’s digital cinema lab has mastered over 2500 titles to date, and shipped hundreds of thousands of DCPs. AAM’s strategic partnership with Arqiva allows exhibitors to benefit from satellite delivery of content to cinemas. Arts Alliance Media was founded in 2003 by Thomas Høegh.
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Recent Arts Alliance Media News
Dec 6, 2013
Arts Alliance Media Launches Lifeguard Software to Manage Network Operations Centres for Digital Cinema
Digital cinema leader Arts Alliance Media (AAM) has launched the latest product in its digital cinema software suite – LIFEGUARD – designed to monitor equipment across a cinema circuit and to power cinema NOCs (Network Operations Centres). The software has been developed in-house using the years of experience gained by AAM whilst running their own NOC which supports thousands of screens worldwide, and is now available to exhibitor and integrator partners around the world to power their own NOCs.
Nov 25, 2013
Arts Alliance Media Partners with Berlin’s Newly-Restored Zoo Palast Cinema to Supply Digital Cinema Software
Digital cinema company Arts Alliance Media (AAM) is to partner with renowned Germany exhibitor Hans-Joachim Flebbe to supply his soon to reopen Zoo Palast cinema in Berlin with digital cinema software to manage and run the complex.
Nov 18, 2013
Arts Alliance Media Announces Further Digital Cinema Installations in South Africa with Nu Metro
South Africa is set to get more digital cinema screens with the announcement of a deal between one of the continent’s largest chains, Nu Metro, and digital cinema company Arts Alliance Media (AAM). The deal will see all of Nu Metro’s 149 screens converted to digital under AAM’s VPF (Virtual Print Fee) model, whereby film distributors contribute towards the cost of installing digital equipment.
Nov 4, 2013
Arts Alliance Media to Open DCP Duplication Facility In Spain with Kelonik
Digital cinema specialist Arts Alliance Media (AAM) has announced it is to expand its Content & Distributor Services division by opening a duplication facility for DCPs (Digital Cinema Packages) in Barcelona, in conjunction with Spanish partners Kelonik. The facility is due to open at the end of the year.
Oct 24, 2013
Arts Alliance Media and Videvox Trial Electronic Content Delivery to Cinemas in Sweden with AAM Software
Digital cinema company Arts Alliance Media (AAM), alongside Scandinavian partner Videvox, is rolling out an electronic content delivery trial to cinemas across Sweden. The trial of the Videvox MOV software, powered by AAM’s Courier content distribution platform, will initially roll out to 10 sites. The trial will eventually expand to 70 sites in total.
Oct 23, 2013
Arts Alliance Media and Quanta DGT Advance Digital Cinema in Latin America at ShowEast
Arts Alliance Media (AAM) and Quanta-DGT have announced that at
the end of the annual ShowEast conference in Florida, they have signed 600
screens in Latin America to their joint digital cinema VPF programme. In
addition to deals announced earlier this week with Peru’s Cineplanet and
Colombia’s Royal Films, the companies also have commitments from exhibitors across
Brazil, Chile and Central America.
Oct 23, 2013
Arts Alliance Media Expands Digital Cinema Footprint in Colombia with Royal Films Deal
Digital cinema company Arts Alliance Media (AAM) is continuing its digital cinema expansion in Latin America with a VPF deal with prominent Colombian exhibitor Royal Films. The deal will see AAM, in conjunction with Latin American VPF partner Quanta-DGT, converting 136 of Royal Films’ screens to digital, and equipping each screen with TMS (Theatre Management System) software, known as Screenwriter.
Oct 22, 2013
Arts Alliance Media Announces First Major VPF Deal in Latin America with Cineplanet
Following the announcement in 2012 that Arts Alliance Media (AAM) had agreed VPF deals for Latin America with major US distributors, the company has become the first to announce a major Latin American VPF deal, with Peru’s leading chain Cineplanet agreeing to rollout digital to over 200 screens across Peru and Chile under AAM’s VPF program in association with Latin American integrator Quanta-DGT.
Sep 6, 2013
UCI Kinowelt in Germany & Austria Simplifies Kdm Distribution with Arts Alliance Media’s Locksmith Software
Leading digital cinema company Arts Alliance Media (AAM) and Europe’s number one cinema operator Odeon & UCI Cinemas Group have announced a deal to supply Odeon’s UCI Kinowelt sites in Germany and Austria with AAM‘s Locksmith KDM delivery software. The deal covers 25 sites and 231 screens, and will see the software being rolled out over the coming weeks.
Jul 15, 2013
Arts Alliance Media to Partner with Dcinex Across Europe for Digital Cinema Financing and Software Sales
Digital cinema company Arts Alliance Media (AAM) has announced it is to partner on a non-exclusive basis with integrator dcinex to bring AAM’s Virtual Print Fee (VPF) deals and software to exhibitors across Europe.
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