Thursday, February 16, 2012

Kodak theater

  • Eastman Kodak Co. (EKDKQ), the photography pioneer that filed for bankruptcy, can reject a deal for naming rights to the theater in Los Angeles that hosts the annual Academy Awards show, a judge ruled. U.S.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • Eastman Kodak Co. won court approval Wednesday to remove its name from the Hollywood theater that hosts the Academy Awards.
  • (Los Angeles Times)
  • The request filed at a New York bankruptcy court on Wednesday asks for the cancelation of a contract signed in 2001 with developer TrizecHahn Hollywood in which Kodak paid an annual sum to attach its name to the venue.
  • (MSN Philippines News)
  • Rochester, NY (Rochester Democrat And Chronicle) -- Eastman Kodak Co. wont get its name removed from Hollywoods Kodak Theatre without a fight. CIM/HH Media LP this week filed an objection in U.S.
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  • Eastman Kodak Co. can abandon a sponsorship deal for the Hollywood theater that hosts the Academy Awards, a US judge ruled, while declining to decide whether the bankrupt company's name should be taken down before the Feb. 26 Oscars ceremony.
  • (New York Post)
  • The Academy Awards are held at the Kodak Theater in February 2011. The theater that has hosted the US Academy Awards for the last decade will no longer bear the Kodak name as a result of the iconic companys bankruptcy.
  • (Big Hollywood)
  • The CIM Group is the first to hold talks with the movie Academy about the future location of the Academy Awards The Kodak name might be coming off the theater in Hollywood but the Oscars could still stay in that location.
  • (Hollywood Reporter)
  • Eastman Kodak Co. said in a new federal bankruptcy filing that it wants to end its naming rights deal for the 3,400-seat Hollywood theater that has hosted the Academy Awards for nearly 10 years.
  • (Los Angeles Business Journal)
  • The company governing sponsorship of Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles says Kodak should not be allowed to get out of naming rights to the theater, according to Bloomberg News. Kodak recently asked a U.S.
  • (13 WHAM)
  • But then again, Im not surprised. Artist after artist graced the Grammy stage of the Kodak Theater and each of them accepted their award with no mention of Whitney Houston.
  • (Hilltop)

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