Author: Citrus Studios

CEDIA 2017 will feature a special presentation from a group of experts who are driving exciting advances in digital music delivery. The Stream the Studio™ keynote session, sponsored by DEG, will be held on Thursday, September 7 at 12:00 p.m. in Ballroom 20A at the San Diego Convention Center. The session will feature Ty Roberts of Universal Music Group, Mike Jbara of MQA...

Thank you to Universal Pictures Home Entertainment and its President, Eddie Cunningham, for hosting a lively and insightful "Breakfast with the Board" Tuesday in Universal City! DEG Board Member Cunningham discussed with breakfast participants the studio's performance under Comcast and how to preserve and lengthen the life of physical media....

The future of television is all about delivering personalized online experiences that are curated for each and every viewer. Unfortunately, we have seen very little innovation, experimentation or offerings that meet this need. Although broadcasters have mastered the art of incorporating advertisements seamlessly into linear programming when delivering OTT streams, why aren't they using that same technology to accomplish basic requirements like ad...

NEW YORK (April 23, 2017): DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group is pleased to announce four finalists for its first "Hedy Lamarr Award for Innovation in Entertainment Technology,” which recognizes female executives in the fields of entertainment and technology who have made a significant contribution to the industry. Finalists for the inaugural Hedy Lamarr Award are Geena Davis, Founder and Chair,...

While debate swirls around the sequential dating of movies in release windows, I would like to focus for a moment not on the sequence of windows and the creation of new windows, but instead on the current and critical importance of release date decision making within specific windows. [caption id="attachment_952" align="alignright" width="204"] Bob Levin, Screen Engine/ASI[/caption] The choice of a movie's theatrical opening date plays a singularly significant role...

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