Submitted by Peter Cioni.

It has been really interesting to follow these articles over the last 5 years.  I remember when the % of digital projectors in the US was 50%… then 75%… now 92%.  Light Iron has been an active participant in this transition.

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Submitted by Megan Marquis.

This is a powerful statement: "The lesson is that companies are free to ignore digitization; they are also free to go bankrupt.  Adapt and surf the rising digital tide, or drown."

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Submitted by Katie Fellion.

We predicted this happening years ago, and it's finally coming to fruition.  The most interesting idea behind an electronic system is the potential for the indie filmmakers wanting to get their materials into a theater.

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Submitted by Peter Cioni.

Really good read and another testament to innovation overtaking the incumbents.

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Submitted by Michael Cioni.

"The innovations that Light Iron pioneered have always been based on where we want to be, not where we are – and the market has, in fact, migrated in the way we predicted it would."

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Submitted by Peter Cioni.

Netflix is taking a bolder stance as "the leader" in web-based distribution, vs. being a company among leaders.

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Submitted by Megan Marquis.

Really interesting to me is how the first words in this article are "looking to boost its reach beyond legacy TV." Just another example of a network understanding it must evolve to stay in the game.

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Submitted by Peter Cioni.

Very exciting times as the creative community and exhibition community both figure out how to embrace this drastic change.

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Submitted by Ian Vertovec.

This is a pretty big deal, as it makes self-distribution much more viable.  Also since the Internet is resolution independent, it may increase the demand for more 4K content.

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Submitted by Katie Fellion.

This article goes hand-in-hand with theRSA/Machinima announcement- we are seeing a massive shift in original content programming changing to non-linear models. One of the most common content technology predictions we advocate is the rise of resolution-independant (i.e., Internet-based) distribution avenues.

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