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This undated image released by Dolby Laboratories shows the interior of the new Dolby Theatre as two overhead speaker trusses are lifted into place in Los Angeles. The posh 3,400-seat Hollywood & Highland Center home of the Academy Awards is officially christened with a new name and a state-of-the-art audiovisual system that can project 3-D imagery and blast sound from multiple perspectives. (AP Photo/Dolby Laboratories)

This undated image released by Dolby Laboratories shows the interior of the new Dolby Theatre as two overhead speaker trusses are lifted into place in Los Angeles. The posh 3,400-seat Hollywood & Highland Center home of the Academy Awards is officially christened with a new name and a state-of-the-art audiovisual system that can project 3-D imagery and blast sound from multiple perspectives. (AP Photo/Dolby Laboratories)

Oscars venue reopens as Dolby Theatre

June 13, 2012

The posh 3,400-seat theater formerly known as the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles reopened June 11 with a new audio-visual system and new signage as the Dolby Theatre.