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Kodak's Graphic Communications Group to Provide Digital Image Rich Publishing Services for 2006 Olympic Games

Tuesday, February 07, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

TORINO, Italy, February 2 -- Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group will provide image rich digital photo publishing services for the TORINO 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Italy. Kodak, a long-standing Olympic Sponsor with support dating back to the first Modern Olympic Games held in 1896, serves as the Official Imaging Sponsor of the Olympic Games. Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group will play a key role in the production of materials that feature image-rich and variable data content at the Games. Kodak will operate a NEXPRESS 2100 press and a KODAK 1200i wide format printer in a print-on-demand center to meet the demand for high quality digital color publishing. The Graphic Communications Group’s activities include: •Providing on-site image-rich publishing services to meet the needs of the accredited photojournalists covering the Games. Using the award winning KODAK NEXPRESS 2100 digital production color press and the KODAK 1200i wide format printing system, Kodak will produce customized postcard-sized and poster-sized photo prints of key images of the Games for display purposes. •Various Olympic committees and Games Sponsors will use Kodak’s suite of imaging and photo publishing services throughout the Games. Kodak will print Opening Ceremony photos and other image related items on the NEXPRESS 2100 press. Kodak will deliver these imaging services to the International Olympic Committee, the U.S. Olympic Committee, and many of the Games Sponsors. “The fast paced environment at the Olympics serves as an ideal venue to showcase Kodak’s solutions that help customers produce high quality, personalized materials with quick turnaround times,” said James Langley, President, Graphic Communications Group, and Senior Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company. “We are pleased that our products will play an important role during the Games.” Kodak's Graphic Communications Group is one of the four strategic business units of Eastman Kodak Company, the world leader in imaging technology and color science. The Graphic Communications Group provides customers with breakthrough products and services designed to operate in blended production and printing environments. The company offers the broadest portfolio of technologies, products and services for the graphic communications market. Kodak's solutions include image capture systems; professional color, copydot, and high speed document scanning systems; workflow and color management software; thermal imaging devices for film, plates, and proofs; high quality proofing media, printing plates, and recording film; high volume continuous inkjet printing systems; digital color and black and white presses; wide format inkjet printers; data storage products; and professional services.




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