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Reuters links with Adobe to extend use of its photo and video libraries

Reuters video and photography are to be made available to customers of a new editorial service offered by digital media company Adobe.

Adobe Stock is described as the industry’s first stock content service to be integrated directly into the content creation process. It will enable Adobe users to access Reuters editorial content, as well as more than 60 million royalty-free commercial photos, videos, illustrations, graphics, 3D assets and templates in Adobe Stock.

Customers will be able to view and license Reuters’ entire photo and video collection in Adobe Stock, including photos covering news, sports and entertainment events and over 12 million images in the archive as well as video footage of all major events and the archive of historical news footage featuring over a million news clips. 

“Our partnership with Adobe will allow us to deliver the quality of Reuters visual assets to a global creative audience, right in their workflow,” said Claudia Palmer (photo), Reuters’ chief commercial officer. “The strength and depth of Reuters visuals paired with Adobe’s universal creative platform will unite content search and licensing in an unparalleled user experience.”

The Reuters integration into Adobe Stock is expected in the first half of 2017. ■

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