Photo of Academy Award-Winning Re-Recording Mixer Chris Jenkins With Christine Thomas of Dolby and Michael Frey of UMG Available on Business Wire's Website and the Associated Press Photo Network

On Thursday, June 1, 2017, Dolby Laboratories and Universal Music Group hosted guests at Dolby Cinema at The Vine in Hollywood to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band remixed in Dolby Atmos. The Dolby Atmos mix was created by Grammy Award-winning producers Giles Martin, the son of George Martin, The Beatles’ original producer, and Abbey Road Studios senior engineer Sam Okell in collaboration with Academy Award-winning re-recording mixer Chris Jenkins. Pictured from left to right, Chris Jenkins with Dolby’s Senior Director of Worldwide Strategic Initiatives, Christine Thomas and UMG’s President of Operations and Advanced Media, Michael Frey. (Photo Credit: Craig T. Mathew/Mathew Imaging)

--()--On Thursday, June 1, 2017, Dolby Laboratories and Universal Music Group hosted guests at Dolby Cinema at The Vine in Hollywood to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band remixed in Dolby Atmos. The Dolby Atmos mix was created by Grammy Award-winning producers Giles Martin, the son of George Martin, The Beatles’ original producer, and Abbey Road Studios senior engineer Sam Okell in collaboration with Academy Award-winning re-recording mixer Chris Jenkins. Pictured from left to right, Chris Jenkins with Dolby’s Senior Director of Worldwide Strategic Initiatives, Christine Thomas and UMG’s President of Operations and Advanced Media, Michael Frey. (Photo Credit: Craig T. Mathew/Mathew Imaging)

Contacts

Dolby Laboratories
Joshua Gershman, +1-415-645-5611
Joshua.gershman@dolby.com

Contacts

Dolby Laboratories
Joshua Gershman, +1-415-645-5611
Joshua.gershman@dolby.com