Joerg D Agin will retire as senior vice president of Kodak and president of the company's entertainment imaging division on Sept 1. He will be replaced by Eric G Rodli, who will be promoted from his current position as chief operating officer and vice president of entertainment imaging.

Agin joined Kodak in 1967 and pioneered the entertainment imaging side of the business. He left in 1992 to join MCA/Universal as senior vice president, new technology and business development, only to return to Kodak in 1995 as president of the new entertainment imaging division.

Rodli joined Kodak in Jan 2000 from Bexel, the video and audio equipment rental services company of which he was president.