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.”
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