DP SELECTED BY THE TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL

 
Marks the Second Year DPI's Precision Displays illuminate Tribeca's Screens



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The Tribeca Film Festival will utilize 19 of its large venue displays to present 100% of the digital screenings during the New York-based event, from April 19 th through May 1st, 2005.

This year, digital screenings account for 50% of all Tribeca Film Festival entries, marking the vital role DPI's projectors will serve at the event. The fleet of projectors will include DPI's powerful, native 2K resolution LIGHTNING 35HD, the liquid cooled and ultra high-contrast HIGHlite 12000Dsx+, and the company's newest and most compact 3-chip DLP projector - the Mercury 5000HD. This array of precision displays will present a total of 286 digital entries, including shorts, at over 1000 individual screenings. In total, 16 Tribeca Film Festival theaters will be digitally equipped with DPI's projectors.

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NAB 05, Las Vegas
April 16-21, 2005

InfoComm 05, Las Vegas
June 8-10, 2005

CEDIA Expo 05, Indianapolis
September 9-11, 2005


DP AT NAB
While Digital Projection will not have a booth at this year's exhibition, there will still be plenty of opportunities to see our spectacular displays in action. Contact your DPI regional manager to be escorted to one or all of the following booths featuring Digital Projection displays.

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  BILL LECOMPTE JOINS DP

 


Digital Projection International announced it has retained Bill LeCompte to develop its staging and special project opportunities in the Pacific Northwest region. LeCompte will also work with DPI’s Manufacturers Representatives to further cultivate the company’s Commercial AV and Home Cinema dealer channels.
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PRODUCT UPDATE:

Mercury HD Now Includes Cinema Yellow Notch Filter

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U.S. GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION EXTENDS DPI'S GSA CONTRACT BY FIVE YEARS
     
 


The General Services Administration (GSA) has extended Digital Projection's contract, first awarded in 2000, for an additional five years.

By definition, a GSA contract is a straightforward and standardized means in which government purchasing agents can buy equipment and supplies at a predetermined discount price. With DPI's contract, #GS03F009K, as a purchasing vehicle, these agents have the ability to purchase any projector in the company's lineup either directly or via DPI's nationwide network of authorized dealers at the GSA pre-negotiated price.

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