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Leittersberg, Belgium, February 21, 2019–Leitersberg Cinema, one of only two cinemas in the world that is also the only cinema in Belgium to operate under a digital rights-management agreement, announced today that it has agreed to a digital-rights-management contract with Google, Google’s cloud-based platform, for use of its video content and the Google Maps navigation system.
“We are delighted to be able to contribute to the Google vision for the future of the Internet of Things,” said the film-making community in Belgium.
“The Google Maps Navigation System will give us access to more data and data that we can then use to create beautiful new experiences for our users.”
Leitlersberg Cinemas operates under the Leithersberg Video Rights Management (VRM) agreement, which will give it exclusive access to all of the videos available in the video service of its chosen platform, Google, through the use of Google’s Cloud Content.
The VRM agreement provides a new opportunity for Leiterersberg Cinemas to further improve its video service.
The agreement, in addition to its content, also contains other rights and benefits.
Under the terms of the VRM arrangement, Leitchersberg will retain control over all content that the company sells in its video streaming service.
“Our aim is to make the most of the available cloud resources to offer high quality and high-quality video services,” said Leitgersberg Cinema CEO Paul Leite, “and we are very happy to have been able to participate in the Google VRM initiative.”
“I think the deal has been a really positive step for us.
It is an opportunity for us to share our work and give back to the Internet,” said filmmaker Pierre Vignaud.
“I’m also very happy that we have been included in the project.
It was not easy to get involved, but we did it and I think it’s very important for all of us to have the chance to contribute and help the project grow.
I’m also happy to be part of this initiative because it will give me more opportunities to explore new content and to work on my next project.”
Google said that the deal is one that will enable it to offer Leitnersberg Cinematics the tools it needs to create more amazing video content.
“As a leading provider of high-end video content in Belgium, Leitaersberg Cinematic has always sought to contribute in a way that is best for its customers and its partners, and we are delighted that we are able to be a part of the Google initiative,” said Google Belgium director of operations, John Hetze.
“This will allow us to offer our users a more powerful and useful content service and will help us to expand the quality of our content to even more users.”