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The Los Angeles-based three-person business-development team at MoviePass was laid off on Thursday as things became more dire at the company.
MoviePass competitor Sinemia is locking certain accounts until ‘misuse fees’ are paid, and some subscribers are fuming
20 Sinemia subscribers contacted Business Insider to complain about a "misuse fee," which they said had been unfairly applied.
MoviePass’ parent company has been kicked off the Nasdaq, but claims it ‘has no effect on the day-to-day business’
Helios and Matheson Analytics, the parent company of MoviePass, has been kicked off the Nasdaq after trading below $1 since last summer.
MoviePass competitor Sinemia is demanding customers send 2 forms of ID to unlock their accounts, and some are outraged
Sinemia customers received an email on Thursday informing them they need to send in two forms of identification to continue using their accounts.
MoviePass and Sinemia are battling to sign up movie-theater chains for custom subscriptions, as their war moves into the enterprise space
Sinemia Enterprise launched in October and the interest from theaters to start their own movie ticket subscription plans has been strong.
MoviePass subscribers filed a class action lawsuit alleging they were only able to see three movies over 10 months due to blackouts on its app.
MoviePass shows off new giant billboards in Times Square after burning through hundreds of millions of dollars
MoviePass executive vice president Khalid Itum posts a video showing off the giant ad that's up in Times Square.
MoviePass plans to announce a new unlimited monthly plan to go with its existing three-tier offers.
Just two months after withdrawing a similar proposal, MoviePass owner Helios and Matheson is again seeking investor approval to reverse split its shares.
Helios and Matheson Analytics has filed with the SEC a proposed a spin-off to make MoviePass its own public company.