Since bringing color to motion pictures almost a century ago, Technicolor is now the world''s number one processor and distributor of motion picture film and the leading global manufacturer of videocassettes, CDs and DVDs. The company is also a leading provider of post production, cinema distribution and digital cinema services.
Technicolor''s contributions to the film and entertainment industries began in 1915 when the company''s founder, Dr. Herbert Kalmus, developed and introduced the two-color camera. Since then, the company has continued to pioneer the most advanced methods of delivering visual entertainment to millions of people through film, digital cinema, video and optical technologies.
An interview from the 2014 National Association of Broadcasters Convention in Las Vegas with Alan Gitlin speaking on behalf of Technicolor. Technicolor is the technology leader of digital innovation…