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World Images Unveils New Website

22 February 2005

World Images, part of the award winning World Television Group Plc, is pleased to launch their new and improved website for 2005.

World Images provides clients with an archive management service and is one of the leading providers of NGO (non-governmental organisation) footage with particular emphasis on human rights, the environment, animal rescue, endangered species, sustainable development and the fight against the world’s dangerous diseases.

The new website is an excellent source of information for companies who are interested in archive management services and footage sales of campaigning based issues. The website allows you to view World Image’s current collections: Amnesty International, Greenpeace UK, International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), WWF, award winning Shark Bay, In Depth Solutions and The Farm Animal Welfare Network (FAWN).
‘We are delighted with our new website’, comments Daniel Rivkin, World Television, Head of World Images archive facility. ‘The site provides an excellent medium for our existing clients and potential customer base to learn more about World Images and the services we provide’. Claudine Ellis, Manager World Images, comments: ‘As a footage library, it is essential that we proactively promote our clients audio-visual material. Our new website gives us the flexibility to make available extensive footage and video clips to all our website visitors’.


NOTES TO EDITORS
World Images is an international archive management service and stock footage library. Collections include the audio-visual archives of leading non-governmental organisations and several highly specialised collections including Amnesty International, Greenpeace and the International Fund for Animal Welfare.

World Images is part of World Television Group Plc. World Television is an international corporate television, news production and event management company offering strategic communications solutions to corporations, governments and international organisations. World Television provides clients with creative programming, business television, corporate video production, event production, satellite media tours, media relations, webcasting, archive management and distribution services. It is headquartered in London, and has offices in Zurich, Frankfurt, Munich, Stockholm, Madrid and Sydney.

www.world-images.org
www.world-television.com

Press Contacts
Sarah Condon
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