John Fithian

National Association of Theater Owners

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President and CEO of the National Association of Theater Owners

John Fithian on KCRW

National Association of Theatre Owners leader John Fithian speaks about the industry navigating the pandemic, and why he is optimistic about its future.

The big screen is back: The resilience and challenges of movie theater owners

National Association of Theatre Owners leader John Fithian speaks about the industry navigating the pandemic, and why he is optimistic about its future.

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