Posts Tagged ‘Advertising’

Five New Theaters Options For Fandango

On Wednesday, at Cinemacom, Fandango, a popular subsidiary of NBC Universal, welcomed five new theaters to its already extensive list of viewing options. Malco Theatres, Goodrich Quality Theaters, Frank Theatres, NCG Cinemas, and Paragon Theaters bring the enterprise’s already impressive offerings up to more than 23,000 choices for cinema attendees in the United States, and represent a whopping 83% of the country‘s theaters.

While Fandango’s connections include mega theater ventures like Cinemark, with nearly 4,500 screens, the latest additions to the cinematic family extend the theater advantage by more than 1,000 options. Malco and its screens in Kentucky, … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Dead Space 2 Review

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The ‘survival  horror’ genre in gaming has long been defined and therefore dominated by one franchise, and rightly so. Since 1997, the Resident Evil series has shocked, horrified and captivated gore loving thrill seekers across a number of different platforms. The combination of a deep involving plot, intense tactical combat and mind-bending puzzle sections made what fans affectionately termed ‘Resi’ a hit, time after time.

The series has of course spawned imitators – Silent Hill anyone? But nothing has really challenged Resi’s crown until now. In 2008 Dead Space came along, a 3rd person action-horror game … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Three Brilliant Super Bowl Ads 2011

Super Bowl is done and dusted for another year and this year meant another crammed schedule of ads. The fact is that advertising in the time slot of the Super Bowl means you are going to reach an excess of around 95 million people and this is in the US alone. With this in mind advertisers try to make their ads the best they can be as even converting a fraction of this amount of people to sales would be a huge gain for a business despite it costing hundreds of millions to advertise during the big game.

So without … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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