UHD Alliance’s Filmmaker Mode Picks Up Support From Hollywood Guilds, Samsung, Philips [MPN]

Execs in support of UHD Alliance's Filmmaker Mode

UHD Alliance’s Filmmaker Mode Picks Up Support From Hollywood Guilds, Samsung, Philips [MPN]

Above: Sharing a stage at the UHD Alliance’s Filmmaker Mode press conference Jan. 6 are, from left, Makoto Morise of Panasonic; Ken Lowe of Vizio; Michael Zink and Mike Fidler, chairman and president, respectively, of the UHD Alliance; Nandhu Nandhakumar of LG Electronics; and Bill Mandel of Samsung.
By Stephanie Prange

January 6, 2020 | Three Hollywood guilds, the Film Foundation, consumer electronics companies Samsung and Philips (TP Vision, Europe), and Kaleidescape have joined others in support of the UHD Alliance’s Filmmaker Mode. The guilds include the Director’s Guild of America, the American Society of Cinematographers and the International Cinematographers Guild. The CE companies join LG Electronics, Panasonic and Vizio, which announced support for the program in August.

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