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  • Stock’s New Screens

    The marriage of new media and motion imagery is getting richer with each new advance in broadband and mobile technology. Just as agencies and production companies are dealing with its pros and cons (on the pro side, there's the untapped creative potential of these evolving platforms; on the con side, the budgets to produce something worth watching are usually smaller), so too are stock footage companies ramping up to meet increasing demand and devise new solutions for their clients.

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  • Stock responses

    With agencies and production companies scrambling to create campaigns across myriad platforms, the phrase "content is king" has never rang truer. According to a survey of agencies, as well as traditional and new media producers, undertaken by Denver-based licensing firm Thought Equity Motion, the advertising community is increasingly turning to stock footage.

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  • Stock footage round table

    Emerging media platforms and new business models are offering both new opportunities and new challenges to the stock footage realm. We invited seven esteemed panelists from different corners of the industry to weigh in on some meaty topics concerning its present and future, and its evolving relationship with commercial production - here are the highlights.

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  • Slam dunk stock

    The new film Glory Road re-enacts a moment in basketball history that changed the face of the game forever - the 1966 NCAA championship game where the Texas Western Miners emerged victorious over the Kentucky Wildcats. It was the first championship game in which a team put five black starters on the court and one that helped break down racial barriers.

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