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Fleet Street photographer James Gray has died

Sad news in this morning. News photographer James Gray died on Saturday 7 November 2020. He was 81 years old and was living in Brandon Suffolk.‘Jimmy’ started his photo life at Keystone photo agency on Fleet Street and then staff at the Daily Mail as Royal photographer before going freelance.At…

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Job: Senior Digital Photo Editor – The New Yorker

Spotted by a PAN reader Job Description Senior Digital Photo Editor, The New Yorker  The New Yorker is seeking a Senior Digital Photo Editor to join our Web team. S/he is responsible for photo research and licensing, preparing photos for publication on our website and social media, and some assigning…

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Launched: The Football Photographers’ Association – UK

This is good news – and a first for the UK! – and here’s their detail in full. Formation of the Football Photographers’ Association The Football Photographers’ Association — the FPA — is an inclusive, non-profit representative body comprising the best professional football photographers in the UK. It represents the…

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New website: Tate Images

Tate Images are online with a brand new mobile-ready website, the first major overhaul of the commercial image licensing site in 14 years. They say: ‘Our home page now allows clients to browse Tate’s extensive collection through lightboxes, or keyword/subject themes.  Clients can browse a selection of the artwork collection, as well as…

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LIFE Picture Collection has a new brand licensing agency

California based brand monetization agency Evolution have been appointed the licensing and brand management agency for the LIFE brand and The LIFE Picture Collection in North America, Australia and New Zealand. LIFE owner Meredith Corporation say: ‘Accelerating the next step in monetizing and managing these iconic assets, Evolution will actively…

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Winner: Footage Library Of The Year

Congratulations this week to Reelin’ In The Years Productions who have won FOCAL’s 2020 Footage Library Of The Year award. They say: ‘We have been in this business for nearly three decades, and while we have won numerous awards for various projects, this one is very special because it speaks to…

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Shutterstock Q3 results: Revenue $165.2M – subs up 39% – footage expanded 25%

Here’s what you need to know: Shutterstock Third Quarter 2020 highlights compared to Third Quarter 2019: Key Operating Metrics Subscribers increased 39%, to 255,000.  Subscriber revenue increased 12% to $67.6 million.  Average revenue per customer, increased 0.3% to $328.  Paid downloads decreased 6% to 43.4 million.  Revenue per download increased by $0.39 to $3.79.  Image…

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UK GOV: IP enforcement framework: Call for Evidence by 2 Nov

Consultation description The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) is the government agency responsible for ensuring that the IP framework enables businesses and individuals to protect and enforce their IP rights. The IPO develops policies to ensure that the IP enforcement legal framework is up-to-date and fit for purpose. This framework can be described as the tools which can be…

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imago images signs Gonzales Photo for sports images from the north

 The Danish independent photography collective Gonzales Photo has partnered with imago images. The collaboration will see Gonzales delivering imago their best sports photos with a focus on Nordic football, tennis, handball and ice hockey. • Gonzales Photo represents more than 60 talented, renowned and excellent photographers worldwide. Founded in 2008…

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The case for open access

I caught up recently with long-term PAN reader Douglas McCarthy who is currently Collections Engagement Manager at Europeana and Editor of Open GLAM Medium.  Douglas started his career in the image world at Mary Evans Picture Library in 2001, before joining the Picture Desk Ltd and then working as Rights…