1, 2001) - Screen
Archives Entertainment, one of the largest providers of soundtracks and movie
music to collectors worldwide, has revamped its Internet website, http://www.screenarchives.com/ to
include more information about releases and search capabilities.
"We have been working for more than a year getting
customer input and researching what our customers wanted in a new site,"
said Craig Spaulding, owner of Screen Archives Entertainment. "While the
new site has been up only a few days, the response has been very
positive," Spaulding said.
In addition to producing its own label, Screen Archives
Entertainment handles thousands of titles and composers. "With so many
new releases, our inventory had grown to an extent that we were no longer able
to remember every title. Although we pride ourselves on customer service, the
new website allows customers to search more, and still ask questions,"
Spaulding said. "The new site is a lot more user friendly and order
friendly," he said.
"Our own surveys indicated a high regard for Screen
Archives Entertainment's quick turnaround and delivery dependability, quality
and customer loyalty. We didn't want to do anything that would diminish our
customers' satisfaction," he said.
In addition to quick turnaround on new
releases, Screen Archives Entertainment also features older and recent
releases, rare, hard to find or out of print CDs and major studios. The
company also releases several CDs a year under it own label.
"The internet has made tracking the latest soundtracks
easier," said Spaulding, who has had a passion for preserving film scores
for more than 30 years. "Because of customer demand, we decided to build
a new website that would accommodate their needs," he said.
Next month (September), Screen Archives Entertainment will
release one of the most sought after soundtracks by composer Dimitri Tiomkin, "The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell."
Noted for its preservation recordings of film music, the Screen Archives
Entertainment project was launched when Richard Feiner, owner of the soundtrack
album rights to the film, allowed access to recordings of the original scoring
sessions, according to Spaulding, co-producer for the project. The limited
release will be available from soundtrack retailers or online at www.screenarchives.com, or by calling
Recent Screen Archives Entertainment releases include Max
Steiner's "Distant Drums" and "Pursued."