Tag Archives: Richard Kroon

Українське кіно (Ukrainian Cinema)

Below is a list of Ukrainian motion pictures in the EIDR Content ID registry. Title Year EIDR ID Shemelko-Denshchyk 1910 10.5240/5F1E-DE86-8FDA-9234-2840-I ... More

EIDR APM: The Benefits of Having Natural Triggers to Automate EIDR Registrations

Entertainment Identifier Registry (EIDR) registration doesn’t have to be a manual process because title management and version management workflows have natural triggers to autom... More

Now We Can Read, Sam-I-Am!

March 2 marked the birthday of Theodor Geisel (1904-1991), American author, illustrator, political cartoonist, and generally weird guy better known by his middle name and a self-ap... More

EIDR’s Got You Covered: 2022 Oscar Nominations

The 94th annual Academy Awards nominations were announced on Feb. 8. In all, 53 different movies were nominated in 23 different categories. Leading the nominees are The Power of th... More

We Love Our TV Moms

Many of us grew up as latchkey children with the family television as our regular babysitter.[1] If you watched enough television as a child, you had a favorite TV mom – a woman ... More

December Milestones

Dec. 17 is principally known for three things: Pope Clemens VII establishes the Inquisition in 1526 The first sustained motorized airplane flies at Kitty Hawk, NC in 1903 ... More

Poverty Row’s Poster Child: PRC

Producers Releasing Corporation (PRC) is not a household name, but it played an important role in the U.S. theatrical market during its run from 1939–1947.[1] At the time, the Bi... More

EIDR to Weigh in on AAIS Project Nov. 19

During a Nov. 19 webinar, EIDR’s Richard Kroon will be among the expert panelists weighing in on the importance of the Addressable Asset Identification Standard (AAIS) project f... More

The King of the Double Feature

American International Pictures (AIP)[1] was the king of the American double feature in the post-Studio era, operating from the mid-1950s until the early 1980s.[2] It specialized i... More

Juneteenth

Juneteenth is an annual commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. The name is a portmanteau[1] of June Nineteenth, in reference to June 19, 1865 when General Order ... More