Ireland goes digital

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Ireland will become the first country in the world to have completely digital cinema.

Digital Cinema, the Irish subsidiary of U.S. digital cinema technology firm Avica Europe, will install new technology in 500 screens in 105 sites at a cost of €40 million ($51.5 million).

The technology will enable cinemas to download films to a computer via satellite.

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