Who We Are
Digital Cinema Report is an online source available 24/7 that provides an in-depth and informed global perspective on all of the incredible business and technology changes that are currently taking place in every phase of the entire moviemaking and exhibition process.
What We Believe
Every phase of the way that movies are made and shown is undergoing a total transformation from analog to digital. We believe that there are no islands in the digital world. It is essential that professionals working in moviemaking have an understanding of and an appreciation for all aspects of the process from acquisition to display.
How We Work
We add content to the Digital Cinema Report site every other week on the 1st and the 15th of every month, except January 1st . Until this content is updated, anyone who visits the site has access to it. After each update is made the older content is placed in our archives, which now holds hundreds and hundreds of case studies, guest columns, white papers and interviews with industry leaders. Only subscribers have access to these archives.
Who We Reach
More than 30,000 unique visitors read us every month. They include producers, directors, cinematographers, color correction artists, editors, distribution executives and exhibitors. They are the key industry decision-makers in more than 100 countries around the world. In short they are the people who are leading this historic global transition.
About Nick Dager
Editor & Publisher Nick Dager is an award-winning journalist who has reported on film and television production for more than twenty years. In the early 1980s he was senior editor at Millimeter magazine where he chronicled the gradual shift in professional production from film cameras to video cameras. In the late 1980s as the founding editor of Post magazine he detailed the early days of the transition from linear to non-linear editing. In the 1990s, as the editor of AV Video Multimedia Producer magazine, he reported on the increasing importance of dynamic media in the global communications strategies of Fortune 500 companies.
He has given speeches on new technology at the Consumer Electronics Show and at the Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York City. He has moderated technology panel discussions at the National Association of Broadcasters convention and at the Audio Engineering Society's annual conference.
He was a charter member of the Digital Cinema Alliance formed by the International Communications Industries Association.
Now with Digital Cinema Report, his focus is on the incredible changes taking place in the ways that moving pictures are delivered, distributed and displayed.