Corbis Launches New Professional Licensing Web Site
Press release from the issuing company
SEATTLE (March 21, 2001) —Corbis today announced the launch of its new professional licensing web site, making Corbis the place online for image professionals to easily find, license and download commercial and editorial imagery.
For the first time, commercial image buyers can search, license and download content online from virtually all of Corbis’ sources, including Corbis traditional licensing, Corbis Royalty Free, Corbis Stock Market and Corbis Outline for commercial content; and Corbis Sygma, Corbis Saba, and Tempsport for real-time news.
By incorporating so many image sources online in one place, and by providing many new features such as instant license and download capabilities, and interactive folder management, the new site is a concrete example of how Corbis is acting on its vision of providing tools that fit with an “all digital” client workflow
“Our goal is to provide clients with a single, unified web site that provides immediate access to the entire spectrum of content that Corbis represents,” said Bruce Chesebrough, vice president for Corbis’ professional licensing business. “With our new site, we give both editorial and commercial image buyers an online experience that enables them to search, license, save and share images from Corbis easier and quicker than ever before.”
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