25 June 2012
Footage Search, home to Ocean Footage, Nature Footage and Adventure Footage, Brings its World-Class Stock Footage to Footage.net. Through this new alliance, Footage.net users will be able to screen and download preview clips from Footage Search’s family of stock footage brands, and Footage Search will reach a new and growing user base for its stock footage licensing business.
New York – A wide array of world-class stock footage clips from Footage Search, a leading provider of underwater, wildlife and adventure footage, are now available for screening and download through Footage.net’s stock footage search platform.
Founded in 2002, Monterey-based Footage Search has the natural world covered with four unique, complimentary footage brands under one roof: OceanFootage, NatureFootage, Adventure Footage and 3DFootage. Sourcing footage from over 300 of the world’s best marine, nature and adventure cinematographers, Footage Search has amassed the largest collection of underwater and ocean imagery online and a vast trove of stunning wildlife behavior, scenic locations, and extreme sports video from the earth’s most beautiful locations.
“Footage.net users rely on us to bring them the best content the footage industry has to offer,” said David Seevers, Footage.net CMO. “Having Footage Search on board greatly expands both the quality and quantity of natural history and adventure footage available through our site. Our users have been asking for more of this type of footage, so this is great opportunity for us to better meet the needs of the global production community.”
“Footage Search is committed to providing comprehensive and affordable HD video clip options for the benefit of both our customers and our suppliers,” said Dan Baron, Footage Search Founder and President. “We are adding new extreme adventure sports and natural history content all the time, and are excited to make our footage available to new users through Footage.net’s platform.”
Like all footage companies, Footage Search has had to adapt to the changing demands of the production industry. Most of their footage is native HD, and they offer both Rights Managed and Royalty Free license options. They’ve developed online tools that allow for in-depth browsing by species, advanced search, video preview and online licensing. In addition to their tech prowess, they remain committed to high-level personal service.
Footage.net has grown rapidly over the last several years to become one of the world’s largest and most comprehensive online stock footage databases. Footage Search’s clips will be available for screening through Footage.net alongside motion content from some of the world’s most prestigious footage companies, including Getty Images, FootageBank, Framepool, and CNN ImageSource.
Footage.net is the world’s premier online footage search engine, providing creative professionals with the tools they need to discover and obtain the best motion content from the world’s top footage companies quickly and easily from a single site. At Footage.net, researchers can search over 40 footage collections simultaneously, view over 1.5 million clips, communicate instantly with our content partners and download over 250,000 premium stock footage clips.
About Footage Search
Footage Search Inc., founded in 2002, is the leader in nature and wildlife stock footage, supplying premium content to production houses worldwide through the OceanFootage, NatureFootage, AdventureFootage, and 3DFootage web sites. OceanFootage is the largest online collection of ocean stock footage in the world. NatureFootage now offers a comprehensive collection of wildlife, scenics, and the outdoors. AdventureFootage is an exclusive collection of action sports footage. Together Footage Search represents over 300 leading cinematographers worldwide. Footage Search is also a leading innovator in media management and distribution technology design and implementation. Footage Search offers stock footage suppliers custom-branded stock footage web sites with the online technology for stock footage asset management, research and licensing.
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