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MPAA's Glickman, NATO's Fithian sound the drum for theatrical film

If every silver lining has its cloud, neither Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) Chairman Dan Glickman nor National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) President John Fithian felt compelled to mention current or future impediments to the health of film exhibition in their annual addresses at the ShoWest exhibition convention.Last week the MPAA released box office figures for 2007 that reflected box office but not admission gains and Glickman choose to emphasize ...

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