With all that's been written about the demise of Kodak, we wanted to capture the human side of the equation - in a city where Kodak still matters.
Why? Because for many thousands of Rochesterians Kodak is more than just a company.
We heard from people who worked at Kodak for decades; people who found love at Kodak Park; people who grew up in Kodak recreation facilities, playing alongside fellow Kodak Kids.
We heard about alleged cancer clusters, secret spy satellites, and business decisions that tarnished Kodak's legacy.
We heard the good and the bad.
Above is a slice of the many amazing stories you shared with us. Thank you.
Your stories go national
We were able to share some of your stories with the producers of NPR's Weekends on All Things Considered.
On Saturday, your Kodak memories kicked off the show's lead story on "Saving The American Brand."
The bottom line?
Kodak's survival will also depend on whether they can tap into their historical ingenuity and success, and come up with the kind of products that can get them back on track
Give the 11-minute story a listen. And let us know if you think Kodak can mastermind a GM-like turnaround - or if Kodak's moment truly has faded, once and for all.