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Shutterstock starts 3 year editorial distribution deal with AP – April

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Shutterstock have agreed to terms with The Associated Press (AP) to distribute AP’s daily global photo and packaged video output for license to customers based in the United States. ‘This milestone, three-year deal will also give U.S. Shutterstock editorial customers access to over 30 million photos and nearly 2 million video clips from, respectively, AP Images and AP Archive.’
They say:
“This marks a major step forward for Shutterstock’s editorial offering, providing trusted coverage of news events around the world to our Premier customers in the United States,” said Jon Oringer, founder and CEO of Shutterstock. “We are proud that an organization built on a single-minded focus to newsgathering and the highest standards of objective, accurate journalism is trusting its content to be licensed on our platform and making it available to our customers in the U.S.”
“With this relationship, AP gets the benefits of adding Shutterstock’s sales and marketing reach into the U.S. segments that AP has not traditionally served,” said David Gwizdowski, AP senior vice president of revenue, Americas. “AP’s worldwide prominence in news content and Shutterstock’s strength in technology and visual content discovery makes us a formidable player in the market.”
• Shutterstock currently expects images from AP to go live to Shutterstock enterprise customers in the U.S. in April, 2016

Also this just in from Rex Shutterstock in the UK: Please be advised that, as of Monday 14th March 2016, REX/Shutterstock are moving to new offices. Our new address is as follows :
3rd Floor Counting House
Hays Galleria
51-57 Tooley Street
London
SE1 2QN

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