Thursday, April 8, 2010

Photolibrary goes Press

Apr 08. 2010 09:04 by CEPIC - Photolibrary, the world’s leading independent producer and distributor of stock images, footage and music is excited to announce its exclusive representation of a brand new press collection.

Presselect is a dynamic, specially edited collection of several hundred thousand images which offers media clients a massive range of news, celebrity and entertainment, historical and travel photography. With images of the world’s politicians to Hollywood stars to historical news events, this collection will appeal to all. This is Photolibrary’s first foray into the world of press and continues the group’s strategy of providing the picture buying community with easy access, striking imagery and unbeatable service across an ever-growing subject range that straddles the unique and the everyday.

Glenn Parker, Photolibrary Group CEO commented: "the representation of Presselect, now available on , cements Photolibrary’s position as the leading independent go-to destination for the world’s picture buyers whether they are commercial or editorial in focus. We have carefully edited this collection to provide a good array of material without the clutter of too many similar style images. The collection commences our drive into the editorial and press area of the stock image market."

About Photolibrary
The Photolibrary Group gives customers access to over 7 million images, 2,000 hours of footage and more than 20,000 full composition music tracks available online via plus its specialist websites,,,, and now With offices in 12 countries around the world, the group is able to deliver superior customer service and support. In addition to a unique set of wholly owned brands, the group offers customers over 300 partner brands and represents over 4,000 professional photographers from around the world. The Photolibrary Group has offices in the United Kingdom (London and Leeds), the USA (New York, Chicago and San Francisco), Australia (Sydney and Melbourne), Singapore, India, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Thailand, New Zealand and the United Arab Emirates.


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