Getty Images and MediaNews Group Announce Exclusive Global Distribution Partnership
New York – September 29, 2021: Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications, and MediaNews Group, a leader in local, multiplatform news and information, today announced a global content partnership that will offer video clips and images from MediaNews Group’s original, high quality content to Getty Images customers worldwide.
The distribution deal will give Getty Images’ customers access to content from MediaNews Group’s 53 daily newspapers and 119 non-daily publications. This includes over 1.4 million editorial images and a growing video collection from publications including The Denver Post, Boston Herald, Orange County Register, Los Angeles Daily News, St. Paul Pioneer Press, and The Trentonian.
“We are proud to partner with Getty Images to distribute our award-winning video and still photography globally,” said Frank Pine, Executive Editor and SVP of News for MediaNews Group. “Telling the stories of our local communities through visual journalism has never been more important.”
“MediaNews Group’s distinguished photojournalists bring breadth, depth and quality of coverage which connect communities with breaking news every day.” said Cassandra Illidge, Vice President of Partnerships at Getty Images. “We are proud to represent MediaNews Group and bring their content to an even wider audience.”
As the industry-leader in visual editorial content, Getty Images provides its over one million customers with a depth, breadth and quality of coverage that is unmatched. From red carpet events to football stadiums to conflict zones and beyond, each year the company represents more than 160,000 news, sport, and entertainment events around the globe. One of the world’s most-awarded photo business, its photographers have won over 1,100 major industry awards including the World Press Photo, Sony World Photography Awards, White House Photographer of the Year and Visa d’Or.
About MediaNews Group: https://www.medianewsgroup.com/
Image credit: Will Lester/MediaNews Group/Inland Valley Daily Bulletin via Getty Images