Red Carpet Home Cinema
Red Carpet Home Cinema is a luxury service that delivers major motion pictures members’ homes on the day they come out in theaters, via a proprietary media server. The company receives content from Warner Bros., Paramount, 20th Century Studios, Lionsgate, MGM, United Artists, STX and Bleecker Street, among others.
Red Carpet was founded by Fred Rosen, who built Ticketmaster into the leading live event ticketing service, and Dann Fellman, who ran domestic distribution for Warner Bros. for more than two decades. The company received a “Best New Product” award at CEDIA last year and has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Fox Business News, the Robb Report and Centurion Magazine, which goes to American Express Black Card holders.
Red Carpet has an active outreach program for dealers with qualified clients.