HOYTS Group

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The HOYTS Group is one of the world's leading entertainment companies. It currently has two components: HOYTS Cinema, which incorporates the chain of successful cinema complexes in Australia and New Zealand boasting more than 463 screens and over 60,000 seats; Val Morgan, Australia and New Zealand’s leading national supplier of cinema screen advertising with network coverage of over 2,000 cinema screens, and largest digital out of home network, comprised of 1200 digital panels and over 1500 TV screens.

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