Greg Silvers

  • Here’s Why Theaters Aren’t Scared of the Internet

    While we have been hearing for years that the Internet will make movie theaters obsolete, it turns out that business is as good as ever, according to Greg Silvers of EPR Properties.

    National 26 August 2015 19:28
  • Internet No Threat to Theater Business

    CPE sits down with Greg Silvers, president & CEO of EPR Properties. While we have been hearing for years that the Internet will kill movie theaters, it turns out that business is as good as ever. Silvers explains the power of 'choosing to go out', and gives some insight on the strategy behind the company's unique mix of asset types.

    National 26 August 2015 19:20

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