Dolby in the News
The Dolby Theatre has become a conversation topic for news outlets around the globe:
Tour the Dolby Theatre—Home of the Oscars (Entertainment Tonight, March 1, 2013)
"California played host to one of the most notable events of the year earlier this week—the Oscars!"
Up All Night radio show (BBC Radio 5 Live, United Kingdom, February 19, 2013, 2:39.44)
Interview with Jon Weisman, Awards Editor for Variety, and Ramzi Haidamus, Executive Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Dolby Laboratories
Dolby Theatre Ready for the Oscars (CCTV News, China, February 18, 2013)
"...Dolby has diligently worked for the past seven months to ensure [the Oscars' venue] will sound different on February 24th."
Visiting the Dolby Theatre Before the Oscars Ceremony (Xinhua News Agency, China, February 17, 2013)
Interview with Dolby: Upgrade the Dolby Theatre for the Oscars, Visualize the Sound (M1905, China, February 16, 2013)
"We look at [the Dolby Theatre] as an opportunity to bring the best audio-visual experience to the best in this industry."
The Broke and the Beautiful: Love Actually Edition (The Wall Street Journal, February 15, 2013)
"Dolby’s been working hard to make sure the Dolby Theatre sounds different during this year's Oscar night."
Hollywood Facelift (Digital Cinema Report, February 15, 2013)
"With select clips featured in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound, viewers with home theater systems will have a truly immersive sound experience…"
Dolby Theatre Turns Up the Volume for First Oscars (Associated Press, February 14, 2013)
“One of Dolby's main goals for the Oscar ceremony is to make sure that the entire show will be broadcast in Dolby Surround 5.1…”
Dolby Theatre Ready for the Oscars (The Hollywood Reporter, February 14, 2013)
"On Oscar Night, the iconic sound company is not only unveiling its new VIP lounge but planning an improved sonic experience for Academy Awards attendees and the estimated 1.2 billion who will be watching on television and mobile devices."
Inside Oscars' New VIP Lounge (The Hollywood Reporter, February 14, 2013)
"When nominees such as Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, and Ben Affleck mingle over cocktails at this year’s Oscars, they will be among the first to enjoy the exclusive Dolby VIP Lounge's sexy new redesign that resembles what sound 'looks like.'"
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