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Pushed to the margins in the last Lok Sabha elections without a single seat in Parliament, western Uttar Pradesh-based Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) seemed in terminal decline. Its core voter, the Jat, swit...
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The Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) on Thursday punched much higher than its weight as a proverbial “three-district party” in western Uttar Pradesh, with some of its leaders declaring that the party will con...
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The minutiae of the Grand Alliance in Uttar Pradesh will take a few days coming, as both the Congress and the RLD are driving a hard bargain with the Samajwadi Party (SP) over seat allocation. Uttar...
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Talks with RLD also on; Sheila Dikshit withdraws from race for CM candidate
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Akhilesh meets Shivpal to thrash out a compromise formula in SP
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RLD chief Ajit Singh calls decision ‘disastrous’, says govt ‘doesn’t understand’ rural economy
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SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav ruled out entering into any alliance




 
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RealD (RLD) (NYSE:RLD) licenses 3-D technologies to motion picture companies. The company also licenses is technology to gaming companies and the military. As of 1 June 2010, its RealD cinema systems have been deployed in 5,966 theater screens. In 2009, RealD cinema systems represented 75% of the total domestic 3-D box office. [1]

The market for 3-D movies has grown each year due to the shift from analog to digital. In 2009, 7,500 digital projectors were installed in theaters, up 86% from 2008. Furthermore, Digital Cinema Implementation Partners, or DCIP, has agreed to financing to change up 14,000 screens to digital. Therefore the company expects a further increase in the implementation of RealD cinema systems. Since 23 3-D motion pictures will be in the box office for 2010 and 33 3-D motion pictures for 2011, the demand for 3-D cinema systems is on the rise. [1]

The company's initial public offering of stock filed on the NYSE with an initial price range $13-$15. The company plans to offer 10.75 million shares to raise $151 million. [1]

For FY2009 with year ended 26 March 2010, the company had total revenue of $189.1 million, up 324% from $44.6 million in total revenue for FY2008. Furthermore, the company had a net loss of $39.7 million for FY2009, a large decrease from a net loss of $16.4 million for FY2008. [1]

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