The Digital Cinema Distribution Coalition and KenCast, developer of a leading digital cinema content delivery system, have entered into a new long-term agreement to distribute across the U.S.
KenCast technology supports DCDC’s delivery of feature, promotional, pre-show and live content distribution into theatres throughout the network which currently covers in excess of 33,000 screens in more than 3,000 cinemas.
DCDC was founded by AMC Theatres, Cinemark Theatres, Regal Entertainment Group, Universal Pictures, and Warner Bros as a coalition to serve the cinema and film distribution community.
“KenCast’s digital cinema distribution software and hardware have been the network’s backbone for nearly a decade,” said DCDC CEO Howard Kiedaisch. “They have been a great, supportive partner and we are pleased to extend our relationship ensuring our network will continue to perform reliably underpinned by KenCast’s technical solutions and with their ongoing support.”
DCDC first partnered with KenCast in 2012.
“Through this proven partnership, KenCast will dedicate its expertise and experience to ensuring that the DCDC network continues to build on its reputation for extremely efficient, secure and affordable delivery,” said KenCast’s president, Dr Henrik Axelsson.
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