Now Being Served at Schubin Cafe: The Long History of Theatrical TV Distribution
By: Ken Kerschbaumer, Editorial Director
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 - 5:08 pm

TV broadcasts to theaters may seem to be a relatively new phenomenon, especially given the amount of ink (and profits) the Metropolitan Opera movie theater telecasts have created in recent years. But Mark Schubin once again digs deep this week to show that what may seem new is actually the past being revisited. Click here to read about the surprisingly long history of big screen broadcasts.


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