Welcome to the final stage of Quark's encrypted image puzzle series. I don't really like reusing old tricks so this puzzle will NOT require steganography tricks. There's not much else I can do to a .png to hide info anyway. (If there was, I'd add a single useful yet not necessary hint)
You are walking along the street (aimlessly bored as always) when a garbage truck stops by. You notice there's an interesting piece of trash stuck on the side. Upon closer inspection, you notice it could be a puzzle of some sort. The garbage collector notices you and says "yeah, some new hire in our recent program made those fliers, nobody's figured out what they mean except this one old guy who marked on it with a red marker".
Can you figure out what the name of the program is?
You only need the information in the picture to solve this puzzle. It could even be printed out and stuck on a garbage truck, you'd have enough information to solve this. That doesn't mean it's easy. Partial answers are allowed but only the final answer gets the correct mark so post at your own risk.
P.S. Anegten is the company sponsor of the program, so it is not the answer.
Context: (accessed by 2012rcampion finding a hint)
(taken out of comment) @2012rcampion I kind of hinted that there was a hint in the png. Okay here's some context (sort of a mini hint): the puzzle was originally a computer puzzle sent to fellow garbage collectors but the old man saw it could be made into a physical puzzle if he made those markings. He added two extra hints as well but left one out. The original puzzle would have been too hard/impossible without the markings so the puzzle author kept it in the fliers he made.
Note: This is an original puzzle, the context above is just for the story.
I'll add a hint early since I alluded to it in the comments. The chess position is actually important, and bringing in a chess expert could likely help. From the chess position, you should get a phrase of two words (relatively) famous in chess.