Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Photolibrary to represent AGE Fotostock throughout its Office Network

London (UK), 3rd SEPTEMBER 2008 Photolibrary, the leading independent global distributor and producer of still and moving imagery, now offers its creative professionals even better choices through the signing of a distribution agreement with AGE FotoStock for all of its rights managed and royalty free imagery thoughout Photolibrary’s office network in the United Kingdom, United States, Australia, Asia and the Middle East. Photolibrary has also agreed to provide AGE FotoStock content from its house collections for distribution through AGE’s THP channel partners and AGE FotoStock direct.

The AGE FotoStock collection offers over half a million images of high and evocative rights managed imagery which can be browsed, selected, and licensed online at

The large diversity and high quality of the images found in this latest collection, and the broad range of themes, continue to allow Photolibrary to remain at the forefront of the creatives’ thought process when looking for high end image content.

Glenn Parker, Photolibrary Group CEO, says, "This latest representation agreement illustrates Photolibrary's commitment to representing the very best rights managed imagery available, thus continuing our key offer of creative excellence for users of Representing the AGE Fotostock collection throughout our global network allows us to keep true to this commitment.

Alfonso Gutierrez, General Manager of AGE FotoStock, says, "Nowadays everything is about distribution in our business. Pricing is related to the level of the offer in any market or industry and therefore somewhat unpredictable. However, while distribution is key in any business it is especially important in stock photography. The more people that see your images, the more possibilities you have to sell them at market price. This agreement with the excellent distribution network of Photolibrary achieves our goal of increasing the visibility of our images to many more clients still and in many more countries around the world as well.”

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Source: CEPIC

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