Just FYI, my sources say that analog paper is outselling digital paper by 10:1 in square footage. There has been a huge drop in sales of Baryta or FB papers while conventional RC sales are briskly outpacing digital paper.
Kodak has no plans to stop production of color film or paper, nor any plans to stop production of photochemicals.
As has been stated by the CEO, "we are not a film company, we are an imaging company". I think that the corrolary to that is that they are not a digital company either but 'an imaging company'. They will remain active in both areas and seem committed to that goal.
New conventional products are still appearing.
And, while you are bashing Kodak, what about Fuji? They have dropped quite a few of their products as well.