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Joomag users get one-click-to-license access on Getty Images Catalogue

Joomag – an online platform for creating digital interactive content including magazines, e-books, catalogus, reports, brochures and photo albums – has partnered with Getty Images providing users a one-click-to-license access to 36 million images and illustrations.

Joomag say in a note to users: …”The Seattle-based photo company [Getty Images] will now be providing us with over 36 million images, both creative (contemporary stock photos, illustrations, archival images) and editorial (worldwide news, sports, entertainment, and archival imagery)! ….Even though this is great news for us, you may be wondering what it means for YOU. Well, you’ll now have access to your very own exclusive images after licensing them. This is important because you want your publications to include unique, one-of-a-kind content. Our Online Editor provides publishers (both big and small) with the accessibility they’ll need to use the stunning, exclusive photos in their magazines for a very affordable price.’Getty Images is integrated directly into our platform, so you won’t be jumping between sites. You also will NOT need an account with Getty Images or sign a separate agreement for acquiring image licenses. All you have to do is go to the Library, search for the image you want, and place it on your magazine to see how it looks. And licensing is made easy with a simple click of a button!”