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LaserPacific Media Corp., a subsidiary of Eastman Kodak, announced that Larson Studios, also based in Hollywood, will operate a second facility at LaserPacific's Seward Street location. Essentially LaserPacific has been moving away from sounds services, and sold audio equipment to Larson, which will lease back the space. Explained LaserPacific CEOBrian Burr, "Going forward, this relationship with Larson allows us to remain focused on our core businesses in television and feature film post production. Larson's operation of its sound facilities on our site provides us with the ability to continue to help our customers in sound by aligning ourselves with the first class people and facilities that Larson provides." Larson will offer LaserPacific and outside clients a variety of mixing and sound editorial services including sound design, ADR and Foley work. "Our growing business required us to expand our footprint," said Larson CEO Rick Larson. "The LaserPacific sound facility, which features the latest digital mixing technology, was a ready-made opportunity for us. In addition, because we share many common customers, this relationship with LaserPacific was a natural."
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