Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (DLB)

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Consensus price target (1m/3m/6m/12m):
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Buy/Sell Mix (1m/3m/6m/12m):
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Description:
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. provides products, services, and technologies for various stages in the content creation, distribution, and playback process in the entertainment industry worldwide. It designs and manufactures video and audio products for the film production, cinema, and television broadcast industries; and provides services to support film production, television broadcast, and music production. The company is involved in licensing technologies, such as signal processing systems for movie soundtracks, DVDs, Blu-ray discs, personal computers (PCs), digital televisions, mobile devices, video games, satellite and cable broadcasts, and online streaming; and developing technologies for mobile devices for 3D, digital cinema, post-production, and LED backlit LCD televisions. It also offers cinema processors, which are used to read, decode, and play back a film’s soundtrack and calibrate the sound system in a movie theater; digital cinema products for digital cinema encoding, distribution, and playback; digital 3D products that deliver a 3D image with an existing digital cinema server and white screen; and digital media adapters used to convert analog cinema audio systems to digital audio technologies. In addition, Dolby Laboratories, Inc. provides broadcast products to encode, transmit, and decode multiple channels of audio for DTV and HDTV program production and broadcast distribution; and professional reference monitor, a video monitor used in the production and post-production of cinematic and video content. The company licenses its technologies to software vendors, such as operating system vendors, independent software vendors, and integrated circuit manufacturers; and manufacturers of home audio and video products, set top boxes, video game consoles, mobile devices, in-car entertainment systems, and PCs. It sells its products directly to customers, and through dealers and distributors. The company was founded in 1965 and is based in San Francisco, California.
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