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USC d-cinema initiative set for new digs - The Hollywood Reporter 10/27/06


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  • USC d-cinema initiative set for new digs - The Hollywood Reporter 10/27/06

    USC d-cinema initiative set for new digs

    October 27, 2006
    The Hollywood Reporter
    Staff report

    The Entertainment Technology Center at USC is moving its digital-cinema research and testing initiative, the Digital Cinema Lab, to state-of-the-art facilities on campus. The announcement was made Wednesday by Bob Lambert, senior vp worldwide technology strategy at the Walt Disney Co. and chair of the ETC-USC executive board.

    Beginning later in the fall, the DCL will be housed at the USC School of Cinematic Arts' Eileen Norris Cinema Theatre; it will move to the School of Cinematic Arts' new complex when it opens in 2008.
    Last edited by ALIASd; 10-27-2006, 06:31 PM. Reason: credit
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