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AMC and Zoom Partnership: What Will the Big Screen Conference Experience Be Like?

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AMC and Zoom have announced they are launching “Zoom Rooms” sometime in 2023. Zoom Rooms will allow for video conference calls to occur in AMC movie theaters, increasing the meeting capacity to over 75 people. Additional services will be offered as well such as food & beverage and movie viewing. Scott Srolis, SVP of […]

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Will AMC’s Decision to Accept Bitcoin Generate Crypto Momentum?

Some significant news in the cryptocurrency was finally made official recently, as theater juggernaut AMC announced that it would begin accepting Bitcoin by the end of 2021. The theater chain will also begin accepting Apple Pay and Google Pay, though the Bitcoin announcement was obviously the star of the show when CEO Adam Aron hopped […]

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AMC Looks to Issue 25 Million More Shares

AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. is looking to potentially expand its footprint on Wall Street amidst the entertainment titan’s massive stock gains. The movie theatre chain’s stock price is up more than 2,000% this year. Watch below as Bloomberg’s Juliette Saly provides additional insight into AMC’s current state.     The proposal will be submitted to […]

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AMC Working to Avoid Bankruptcy as COVID Slowdown Continues

Theater chain AMC, already in debt due to luxury upgrades to its theaters prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, is still desperate for cash. It’s projected that the chain will need $750 million to hit its 2021 cash requirements, meaning an influx of more than $100 million in December and an attempt […]

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AMC Launches New Private Rental Program to Drive Business

The Entertainment industry has been particularly hard hit by the pandemic, and still struggles today as large crowds continue to be dangerous environments. In search of additional sources of liquidity, AMC Theaters launches a private theater rental option for parties of 20 or less. According to an interview by Variety, the concept’s initial beta testing […]

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Film Studios Can Run Their Own Movie Theaters. Now What?

A New York federal judge has officially granted a motion by the U.S. Department of Justice to end the Paramount Consent Decrees, an existing regulation preventing film studios from owning their own cinemas in the interest of preventing a movie-industry monopoly. To discuss the potential fallout of this decision, host Daniel Litwin was joined by […]

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Cinemark CEO Doesn’t Thinks AMC’s Release Deal Will Disrupt Exhibition Ecosystem: Business Casual

Powered by RedCircle Since the coronavirus pandemic swept the globe, movie theaters have had to shut their doors. As a result, theaters are taking a second look at their relationship with production companies. For AMC and Universal, that means shortening the time a film is in theaters, and sharing the revenue once it turns to […]

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Efficiency Amplified: Automatic Prior Authorizations for Seamless Care
February 23, 2024

Navigating the labyrinth of healthcare bureaucracy, particularly the prior authorization process, presents a significant challenge for both providers and patients. This process, which is designed to control healthcare costs, often ends up delaying critical care. Could the efficiency of healthcare delivery improve if hospitals with a consistent record of approved claims were granted automatic […]

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Power Up, Power On: Maximize Battery Life with Repurposing, not Just Recycling
February 23, 2024

In the rapidly evolving landscape of sustainable technology, the debate between battery recycling and repurposing is becoming increasingly significant. As we strive for a greener future, how can we best extend the battery life and utility of the batteries powering our electric vehicles (EVs) and other devices? Dr. Veronika Wright, also known as Electrified Veronika™ […]

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Smart Thermostat Technology is a Must-Have for Hotels Committed to a Sustainable Future
February 23, 2024

The drive towards sustainability within the hospitality sector marks a pivotal shift in how hotels operate and interact with their environment. Smart thermostat technology emerges as a key player in this transformation, offering more than just energy savings—it embodies a holistic approach to environmental stewardship and operational efficiency. By harnessing the power of automation and […]

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AI Advances Can Lead to Ethical Dilemmas in Accounting and Finance
AI Advances Can Lead to Ethical Dilemmas in Accounting and Finance
February 23, 2024

In an era where technology’s evolution outpaces its regulation, AI advances can lead to ethical dilemmas in accounting and finance. The integration of artificial intelligence and blockchain technologies into these sectors not only heralds a new dawn of efficiency and transparency but also introduces a myriad of ethical dilemmas, particularly concerning data privacy, security, […]

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What the Film Industry Thinks About AMC’s New Release Timeline
August 11, 2020

Filmocracy Co-Founder and CEO Paul Jun and iHeartRadio’s Kyle McMahon tackle AMC and Universal’s new, 17-day timeline for films to head to video-on-demand – and how it might send waves throughout the rest of the movie industry. Though AMC and Universal reserve the right to extend films’ stay in theaters, this new, shortened timeline gives […]

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AMC’s Potential Buyout by Amazon Rocks Stocks and the Movie Industry
June 1, 2020

Cinema chains and smaller exhibitors have been thrust into a financial bind with movie theaters around the world closed due to the COVID-19 crisis. In fact, the movie theater market value has been reported to be down from $751.9 million at the end of 2019, and from $1.44 billion a year ago. AMC Entertainment […]

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What Could Happen if Film Studios Owned Their Own Theaters: Ratified
February 24, 2020

On this episode of Ratified, MarketScale’s podcast on the intersection of policy and business, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin takes a trip back in time – and to the modern-day legal battleground emerging under President Trump’s DOJ – to examine the 1948 Paramount Decision. To get you up to speed, that 1948 decision by […]

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This Week’s 3 Big Things in B2B
October 22, 2019

This week we start in the cinema, or actually the comfort of your own home. The biggest theater operator in the world, AMC, is joining the streaming world. The company will offer its ‘Stubs’ members to rent or purchase movies. AMC reached agreements with major Hollywood studios to build its library of films and […]

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