KODAK Receives an EMMY® for Innovation & Leadership in Image Capture, Processing & Manipulation

Published on website: October 26, 2012
Categories: Awards , Industry , Television , The StoryBoard Blog
Kodak Celebrates the Primetime Emmy Awards

Kodak is proud to be honored this year by the Academy of Television Arts Sciences with the Philo T. Farnsworth Award. This Emmy® engineering award recognizes the company’s innovation and leadership in image capture, processing and manipulation. Kodak’s science and innovation has been at the heart of many developments, laying the groundwork for many of today’s advancements.

From I Love Lucy to Boardwalk Empire, from NFL Films to Ken Burns’ soulful documentaries, Kodak has provided the tools that television creatives use to tell their stories.

Kodak is grateful to the Television Academy for this prestigious accolade, and we look forward to a bright future together.

Here's a clip that was shown at the award ceremony featuring Kodak's accomplishments.

Here's the highlight reel from the award ceremony, featuring host Olivia Munn of HBO series The Newsroom, that honors the technical wizards who make broadcast and online entertainment possible.

Find out more about the 13 EMMYS® Kodak has received.

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