Following the launch of their new web that simplifies their business in three primary business areas, Press, Creative and Economic imagery, what has always been a creative stock photography agency, now appoints Yolanda Sandoval for their office in Madrid to handle the business development of a crucial business area that they have recently branched into.
Press and news images, creative photographs and a mountain of other visual content that goes from cheap to very cheap, defined as Microstock, although if we want to go lower on pricing, we can also find masses of free pictures from unknown, if not desperate authors, produced to generate internet traffic.
The shortlists for each category for the 4th Annual CEPIC Stock Photography Awards have been announced! For each of the 5 categories the judges have selected around 30 images that have been shortlisted. The winners shall be announced during the CEPIC Congress on May 31st in Berlin, Make sure to take a look at each of … Continued
On Thurday, 31 May 2018, at CEPIC Congress, Google will present the latest developments on Google Images “to strike a balance between serving user needs and publisher concerns” and how tools can be best used to search, find and make searchable images online.
The Copyright Hub is looking for a CEO to shape and drive its vision for the future of online licensing.
The European Parliament, Council and Commission have reached a preliminary political agreement on the main elements of revised rules to apply to audiovisual media across Europe.
That’s all folks! Entries for the CEPIC Stock Photography Awards are officially closed! It was another fantastic year with over 9,500 entries! Here are the final figures for the entries…
The International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC) has named Brendan Quinn as its new managing director.Quinn joins the IPTC with two decades of experience in managing technology for media companies
The National Portrait Gallery has enhanced the keywording feature on its licensing website so the Collection can now be searched using one or more key words. The Gallery holds the most extensive collection of portraits in the world.
CEPIC joins open letter that highlights concerns with the new Council Presidency proposals. Below is the letter that was sent to Deputy Permanent Representatives, copyright experts of the working group as well as key people from DG CNNCT (C. Bury, G. Abbamonte, M. Giorello), Cabinets (Jorgen Gren, Eric Peters and Manuel Mateo) and Pauline Rouch from the EC Secretariat General. It highlights the main causes of concerns, in hopes that the ambassador we recognize them and alters them to create a balanced market for creators.