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Statement from Getty Images on Flickr: Five great years of celebrating the originality of photography enthusiasts worldwide

March 11, 2014 • Company NewsComments (0)

Getty Images and Flickr have worked together for five great years, celebrating the originality of photography enthusiasts worldwide. Getty Images curators have assessed over 90 million images, selecting 900,000 from 42,000 contributors as part of our Flickr collection. Getty Images has provided notice to terminate our existing agreement with Flickr. Our

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Getty Images unveils innovative embed feature for sharing of tens of millions of images

March 6, 2014 • Company News, InnovationComments (0)

New embedded viewer will provide easy, legal access to Getty Images’ imagery for non-commercial use  New York & Austin, TX – March 6, 2014 – Global digital media company Getty Images today announces, for the first time, the ability for people to

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Getty Images and EyeEm partner on new crowd sourced collection

March 5, 2014 • Company News, InnovationComments (0)

EyeEm photography to be available for licensing with Getty Images BERLIN/SEATTLE – March 6, 2014. EyeEm, the world´s premier community and marketplace for the photographer inside all of us, is partnering with Getty Images, the world’s leading creator

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Getty Images and LeanIn.Org partner to launch image collection and photography grants celebrating female empowerment and leadership

February 24, 2014 • Company News, Creative, InnovationComments (0)

New York, NY  – Getty Images, one of the world’s leading creators and distributors of imagery, video and content delivery solutions, today announces a partnership with LeanIn.Org, the women’s empowerment nonprofit founded by Facebook COO Sheryl

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Slim’s Riviera – Unseen Archive Images of European and American High Society at Play

February 24, 2014 • Company News, Getty Images GalleryComments (0)

Slim’s Riviera exhibition opens at Getty Images Gallery, London on Thursday 20 March, 2014 London: In a nod to spring’s imminent arrival, Getty Images Gallery will showcase a selection of images from maverick American photographer Slim Aarons in its

Freeze the Speed

February 24, 2014 • Company News, Getty Images GalleryComments (0)

The work of Rainer Schlegelmilch Getty Images Gallery is delighted to announce ‘Freeze the Speed’, the latest exhibition at the company’s Oxford Circus gallery. Power, passion, glamour – motor racing has it all, and for over 50 years, the

A Day Without News? One Year On…

February 20, 2014 • Company News, PhotojournalismComments (0)

Campaign continues to seek justice for death of journalists in war zones LONDON – 20 February, 2014: This Saturday, the 22nd of February, marks the one year anniversary of ADWN?, a campaign launched by a group within the media and photojournalism

BBC Worldwide and Getty Images partner in global representation of BBC Motion Gallery

November 13, 2013 • Company NewsComments (0)

BBCW and Getty Images partnership to grow global video sales business exponentially London, 21 October 2013:  BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, has agreed a global five-year partnership with Getty Images, a leading digital media company, in which

Maja Daniels / Contour by Getty Images Prize recipient 2013.

Photographer Maja Daniels wins inaugural Contour by Getty Images Portrait Prize

November 13, 2013 • Company News, PhotojournalismComments (0)

New prize draws in strongest response ever for a Getty Images grant LONDON, September 19, 2013 — Getty Images today announced the winner of the first ever Contour by Getty Images Portrait Prize, awarding the prize to Swedish-born photographer Maja

Getty Images announces recipients of 2013 Grants for Editorial Photography

November 13, 2013 • Company News, PhotojournalismComments (0)

Grants of $50,000 collectively awarded to five photojournalists  Perpignan, France – 6 September, 2013 – Getty Images has today announced the recipients of its annual Grants for Editorial Photography programme, which will see five photojournalists each