Shutterstock Announces Editorial Content Is Now Available for LicenseOctober 21, 2018
PRNewswire 2 days agoOctober 19, 2018
Providing Instant Access to over 40 Million News, Sports, Entertainment and Archival Images to Global Customer Base
Shutterstock, Inc. , a leading global technology company offering high-quality assets, tools and services through its creative platform, announced Editorial content on its eCommerce Platform is now available for license.
Shutterstock Editorial offers images that capture the world around us, including a live feed of curated news, sports, entertainment and royal family images, along with access to a multi-decade archive of iconic images.
Shutterstock Editorial distributes images from strategic partners including the Associated Press (AP), the european pressphoto agency (epa), BFA and Variety as well as royalty-based contributors and staff photographers.
In addition to its main content library of over 200 million images and 10 million video clips, Shutterstock’s comprehensive Editorial collection contains over 40 million images and publishes, on average, more than 700,000 images per month.
“Shutterstock continues to see growing global demand in its editorial business.
Our team alone has covered over 6,500 events last year and we continue to work with world-class partners who help to amplify that number, capturing the events as they are happening,” said Jon Oringer , Founder and CEO of Shutterstock.
“We are thrilled to expand this offering beyond our enterprise clients to all of Shutterstock’s 1.8 million customers around the world.”
Shutterstock’s comprehensive team of talented photographers include award-winning sports photographers, renowned Royal photographers, and leading entertainment photographers.
Shutterstock currently expects images from AP to go live to Shutterstock enterprise customers in the U.S. in April, 2016, and footage to be made available later in the year. All images and footage will be licensed under editorial use.
About Jim Pickerell Jim began his career in 1963 as a freelance photojournalist in the Far East. His first major sale, a Life Magazine cover, was a stock photo of the overthrow …