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Scott Braut, Head of Content at Adobe, is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the Digital Media Licensing Association (DMLA) (formerly PACA) annual meeting
in New York on Monday October 26, 2015 at 9:00am. Single session passes for the keynote address only are available for $65. For more information, see here under events
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Shutterstock, Inc. and Red Bull Media House agree to market and license a remarkable video collection filmed at some of the most remote locations around the world. Customers of Shutterstock will have access to thousands of rare aerial, time-lapse, slow motion, adventure, wildlife and landscape footage, all with the simplicity of a royalty-free license.
At Adobe MAX 2015 in Los Angeles today Adobe outlined its vision for a "connected creative canvas" where people create and share their work from anywhere. More than 7,000 graphic designers and photographers attended.
In a world where everyone is a content creator, publisher and editor, who do consumers most trust, and what do they expect from the content they consume? A new study from Adobe of 2,000 US consumers addresses these questions and more, revealing some surprising shifts in the content landscape:
Have you been watching the ads lately when you do online searches? Yesterday, I was reading a news story on Yahoo about U.S. manufacturing and three different Adobe Creative Cloud ads were delivered in connection with that one story. Two of the ads included the “St” icon promoting Adobe Stock.
Stock footage provider Dissolve has launched its premium royalty-free stock photography collection. It includes over 200,000 photos hand-picked from some of the world’s most acclaimed photography agencies, bringing the number of stock elements Dissolve licenses to over 1 million.
CEPIC has announced that its 2016 Congress will be held in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, beginning May 25th thru the 27th, 2016. This annual event brings together stock photo distributors from all over the world. The 2015 event
was held in Warsaw, Poland and attended by over 400 people from 32 countries representing all aspects of the picture industry -- stock and press agencies, cultural heritage, video vendors and producers as well as crowdsourcing and microstock companies.
Footage.net has just completed a major redesign of its stock footage search and screening platform. The new streamlined user interface, which came online in mid-August, makes it easy and intuitive for Footage.net users to proceed from a footage search to a footage purchase.
Recently, an investor looking for information about Shutterstock, Getty Images and Adobe asked me if the stock photo market functions efficiently
? Here’s what I told him.
Corbis and NetSeer have announced the launch of the industry’s first global programmatic platform for premium in-image advertising. The platform enables advertisers to programmatically target and buy premium In-Image advertising content while providing new monetization opportunities for publishers to thrive utilizing the visual content on their websites.
Flickr is curating its collection of over 10 billion images and contacting selected photographers to determine if they want to participate in Flickr Marketplace. The Marketplace is expected to prepar...Read More
Adobe has made it easier for companies with multiple designers (a creative team) to access, manage and license images from one shared Adobe Stock subscription at no extra cost. The service called &ld...Read More
Scott Braut, Head of Content for Digital Media at Adobe will be the keynote speaker at the DMLA Conference (formerly PACA) in New York from Sunday, October 25th through Tuesday, October 27, 2015.&nbs...Read More
SuperStock has launched Purestock, a subscription service that currently has about 3 million images, vectors and video clips. All the material on Purestock has been sourced from an entirely different...Read More
Scoopshot has launched a new initiative that every professional photographer interested in working on assignment ought to consider. Their “Everyone’s Private Photographer” initiativ...Read More
When Rights Mananged images are represented by multiple distributors it is possible for agencies that had nothing to do with an initial license to collect a fee for secondary uses. Consider this situ...Read More
Video education is red hot. For over a year Matthew White and Domenick Propati, CEO of Footage.net have been working to develop Footage Access, an electronic service that allows students and faculty ...Read More
Shutterstock has announced that after “thoughtful consideration and exhausting many different ideas” it will shut down Skillfeed at the end of the month. They are no longer accepting new ...Read More
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) has started requesting images directly from some very experienced stock photographers and offering them $300 for all-future-rights, including copyright, to any image t...Read More