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box office

A room or booth with one or more windows facing a theater lobby or public area; used for sale of tickets.
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With a reach across numerous platforms including box office, multi-screen television, and home video, Rentrak has developed more efficient metrics to be used as database currencies for the evaluation and selling of media.
In addition to event tickets, AOL members can also visit AOL Box Office to access Allstate's tickets to tours and activities in the Las Vegas area.
Millions of consumers use AOL Box Office as their one-stop resource for tickets and information for live events across the nation," said Bill Schreiner, General Manager, AOL Box Office.
According to Penny Stegeman, Vice President of Finance of Allstate Ticketing, "Joining forces with AOL Box Office is a great way to present our comprehensive offering of Las Vegas events and attractions tickets to the largest audience on the Web.
In all, ``Mind'' has earned a stellar $93 million at the box office and is poised to cross the $100 million mark by next weekend.
Industry analysts say the rise of the foreign box office is triggered by the building of multiplexes in Europe, Asia and Latin America, which is behind the United States in new theater construction by about 10 years.
All the indications are that by 10 years from now, the domestic market will make up only about a third of a film's box office,'' said Tony Manne, executive vice president of international marketing and distribution for Sony Pictures.
As foreign box office takes rise, so will the number of big-budget, big-action, big-star films produced by major studios.
Total box office revenues for the first 19 days of Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace continue to be very strong with more than $3.
With a reach across numerous platforms including box office, home entertainment, video on demand and linear television, broadband and mobile, Rentrak has developed more efficient metrics to be used as alternative currencies for the evaluation and selling of media.