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AMC hosts Zoom meeting at select movie theaters

AMC hosts Zoom meeting at select movie theaters

Nicole Kidman arrives at her local AMC headquarters for a meeting

Nicole Kidman arrives at her local AMC headquarters for a meeting
screenshot: AMC Theaters

AMC Theatersthe governing body named after Nicole Kidman movie boss Announced earlier today that some AMCs will soon host Zoom rooms, providing the equipment needed to keep them Gathering from 75 to 150 people. This means that “hybrid work” is becoming more common, and companies will be able to bring a “decentralized workforce and customer base” to movie theaters for their big meetings. “This combines the excellent Zoom experience with the convenience and latest audio and video technology of modern, centrally located AMC theaters,” the company says.

It’s about time Someone figured out how to turn movie theaters into a weird co-working space. oh boy Hi, does it look cool? Who isn’t looking to commute to their local AMC for a meeting that might be an email or at least a quick Zoom meeting from home?

At launch, users of AMC’s Zoom Rooms will be able to easily book online, so they can choose their preferred theaters and meeting time. They will have a three-hour turnaround time to actually host their event across multiple markets in the selected theaters. AMC and Zoom will provide the equipment needed to experience the fully functional Zoom Rooms, in the comfort of multiple cinemas in multiple cities simultaneously. Typical auditorium sizes are expected to range from 75 to 150 seats, depending on the stage.

Theater-goers, whom AMC now refers to as “users” to impress their new tech buddies, will have the chance to enjoy flatbread pizza, nachos, and “Bavarian Legend Pretzels” as their boss turns them off. But don’t worry because somehow, it feels good in a place like this because the theoretical “Zoom Rooms at AMC Users” also have the option to watch movies possible. AMCTheatres, make meetings better.

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