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It’s no secret that the internet has become a global business for distributing content and films, and that many studios are looking for ways to get their films into as many hands as possible.
With so many studios trying to find ways to distribute their films online, a new tool from a group of film producers and distributors called Spread Movie is trying to change the way the industry is structured.
The company’s new tool will help studios distribute their content online and provide them with a way to track their sales and revenues.
The platform has already helped studios including Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures, Warner Bros. and Lionsgate distribute their movies.
The companies that will use Spread Movie’s software include: Theaters: Warner Bros., Universal, Sony Pictures and Universal Orlando.
Film studios: Sony, Universal, Paramount Pictures and Lions Gate.
Television: FX Networks, Fox Broadcasting, HBO and CNN.
Home entertainment: HBO, Netflix and Amazon Studios.
The goal is to get more distribution platforms online and give them more control over their distribution, said Scott Palko, the president of distribution for Universal Studios Motion Pictures.
In the long run, Palki said, this will be about the studios.
“There are a lot of ways for studios to make money online.
We’re trying to get that distribution to be seamless.”
The company says it is not looking to make profit off of its software.
Palkos said the software will not help studios that make a lot or a very large amount of money, such as Warner Bros.’ studio unit, which has over $1 billion in revenue.
But the company is looking for a tool that will help the studios make money.
The system will track the movies, Panko said, “and we can use that information to tell our distributors how much they should pay for that movie.
And we can look at the other films and figure out what we could make on that.”
It also will help to get better deals on films, Palksi said.
“We are looking at some very big releases that are going to be a big success in the marketplace,” he said.
The software is being developed in partnership with a number of studios.
The studios have shown interest in using the software, but they are not looking at it as a full-fledged distribution platform.
The studio that will be using the system is Paramount Pictures.
It is not the first time a studio has used Spread Movie, and it is far from the first.
Other studios, including Fox and Netflix, have used Spread Movies to distribute films online.
But in some ways, it is a different way to distribute.
In theory, a studio can have its films on spread movie and sell them on their own sites.
But many studios have already moved on to using digital distribution platforms, such of Netflix or Amazon.
“I think what we’re seeing is a little bit of a trend away from the traditional distribution model,” said Matthew Hulick, a senior vice president of digital distribution at Universal Pictures.
The traditional distribution business is about a film being released on a particular platform and getting that film to people, Hulicks said.
That is a very different business model from how the film industry is going to get movies into theaters.
“The distribution model is going out of the movies and into the theater, and the movie studios are going out and trying to capture that consumer,” Hulics said.
And it is going into theaters in the United States, which is the distribution business.
“It’s really going to take some time to catch up to the old business model,” Hulsick said.
For a long time, studios have been looking for the next big thing.
It was the early 1980s, and Sony Pictures was in the midst of releasing its film, Scarface, which had an estimated budget of $100 million.
It had a major box office hit, grossing more than $700 million.
And in 1989, Warner Brothers’ Warner Bros went into distribution, with the release of Raiders of the Lost Ark.
But it was a disaster, grossting only $70 million.
The film also flopped.
A year later, Sony went into digital distribution, where the film earned $10 million.
In 1996, Warner made another film, The Matrix, which went on to gross more than a billion dollars worldwide.
And a few years later, Universal released its hit, Back to the Future.
The original Back to The Future film, released in 1988, grossed more than three billion dollars at the box office.
Universal was still looking for another hit.
And the studio that would become Universal was looking for an audience.
The following year, Universal went into full digital distribution and released Back to Day.
That film earned more than two billion dollars.
In 1999, Universal made its last film, Jurassic Park.
And Universal Studios announced that it would not be going into digital.
The next big franchise was Jurassic Park 3, released last year, which grossed $1.2 billion worldwide. “Back to