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News Release Issused 12/05/17

Screenocean upgrades to Imagen v5

Screenocean has upgraded to version 5 of Imagen Enterprise Video Platform to host their extensive footage and still libraries. The archive, which includes over 1 million footage clips from brands including Channel 4, Channel 5, Warner Bros TV, Reuters and over 20 million still images from Cover Images. Imagen version 5 enables users to search the Screenocean libraries more effectively, providing them with a wide range of new features to improve the user experience. New to version 5, features include: batch uploads, imported time annotations, credit based payments, partial file restore and language localization.

Ali Blake, Operations Manager of Screenocean, said  ‘The upgrade to Imagen v5 has dramatically increased our efficiency, giving us all the latest tools to manage our content and processes.  It’s also given our end users a much improved search, view and download experience. It looks great and works even better - the feedback from our clients has been excellent.’

The Screenocean hub, www.screenocean.com has received the upgrade, alongside the Reuters archive which can be found at reuters.screenocean.com. 

Screenocean is a subsidiary of Imagen Ltd. If you’d like to find out how Imagen Enterprise Video can provide a solution for your content distribution and media management, visit www.imagenevp.com or email info@imagenevp.com

News Release Issued 21/04/17

Cover Images agency signs exclusive deal with Screenocean

Screenocean has just signed an agreement to represent the Cover Images stills agency, providing clients with access to over 20 million images alongside their extensive footage archive.

The Cover Images library includes the entire WENN archives, international news feeds, comprehensive fashion coverage, creative and editorial stock, historic archives and a host of further collections. Among the numerous collections available are Universal Images Group, Moviestore, Glasshouse Images, Globe Photos, IconicPix and – exclusive to Cover - the rock archives of the Marquee Club and Cavern Club, Beatles photographer Tom Murray and the Frank Worth archives – among many others.

Cover Images director Glen Marks, formerly of Rex Features, said: “I am excited to be working with the Screenocean team through Cover Images. We have assembled a fantastic and wide range of image archives and international photographers and continue to source new content that will be useful for all their clients. We are ready to help with research enquiries and provide assistance when required.”

Tony Blake, Founder of Screenocean, said “I am delighted to announce the partnership with Cover Images. The collection adds another offering to our client base, enabling our customers to purchase still images alongside video footage to use in their reports, presentations and projects.”

Register today at www.screenocean.com to get your account and browse the extensive footage and still image library. For more information on Screenocean’s partnership with Cover Images, please contact us on +44 (0) 1954 262 052 or email info@screenocean.com

News Release Issued 26/1/17

Screenocean adds Reuters Video Archive to their A La Carte Footage Selection.

Cambridge, England, January 2017 –– Screenocean, who manage clip sales for Channel 4, Channel 5, Shed Media and Clips & Footage, today announced that they have added the Reuters Video Archive to their a la carte clips sales selection.

This vast archive of rights-cleared news video footage is one of the most comprehensive collections of international news stories that have shaped the world we live in today. Featuring world events from three centuries – dated 1896 to the present day – Reuters Video Archive features some of the most compelling and highly acclaimed global video footage ever captured.

From World War One to the 9/11 attacks, Lenin to Obama and Sarajevo to Gaza, Reuters Video Archive contains over a million news clips and covers a wide range of topics and events.

The unique archive also includes collections from Visnews and early cinema newsreels, including British Paramount, Gaumont British, Gaumount Graphic, Empire News Bulletin and Universal Newsreels.

Screenocean are leveraging their parent company Imagen’s sophisticated video platform to deliver fully automated transactional and fulfilment services, allowing worldwide access 24 hours a day.

Screenocean’s experienced team in London are also on hand to help with research and to answer any questions.

Tony Blake, Chairman of Screenocean said: “We are delighted to be able to make this unique archive available to our customers new and old, and look forward to providing them with a fast and efficient service using the groundbreaking Imagen platform.”

For sales please e-mail info@screenocean.com

Media Contact: info@imagenevp.com

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