In an unusual clash between two intellectual property hardliners, Getty says Microsoft’s Bing image tool results in large scale copyright infringement.
A new court ruling forces the Washington Post to pay for publishing disaster photos found on Twitter. The ruling may seem fair but it will do nothing to solve bigger issues of copyright law in the age of photo sharing.
The popularity of image sites like Instagram and Pinterest means more photo sharing — but also more copyright infringement. If we’re to avoid the bitter experience of the music industry, image owners should look to Dreamstime’s example of turning infringers into customers.
The YouTube of sound is a clear success, but its big monetization play – beyond pro-account subscriptions – still remains a mystery.
The teams at Rally Software and Getty Images demonstrate that co-creation is not only possible, but likely necessary, to be a success in business today. As they show, co-creation helps reduce barriers between what a business needs and what it can get from its suppliers.
Getty Images has amassed a library of more than 800,000 video files for licensing. Now it’s adding some newsy and fact-based clips from content partners like Bloomberg, the American Museum of Natural History, MacNeil/Lehrer Productions, Barcroft Media and Boston public broadcaster WGBH.
Pond5 is drastically expanding the number of assets in its library with 5 million new photos for creators to choose from. That now makes Pond5 a one-stop shop for all the media one might need — including video, music, sound effects and after effects.
With the dust settled on Getty Images’ $96 million acquisition of Jupitermedia’s online images business over a year ago, *Getty* is introduc…
News agency AFP and Getty Images (NYSE: GYI) have extended their image distribution partnership to include online video, in a move designe…
Time Inc.’s Life magazine gets its full rebirth as a website today, as the company’s joint venture with Getty Images (NYSE: GYI) comes out o…