Thought Equity Motion has announced a partnership with the New York Times . The company will become the exclusive licensing provider for raw footage from the New York Times video library. Keving Shaff, the CEO and founder of Thought Equity Motion said about the deal:
“The addition of The New York Times’s video will drive new value to the collection and enable a great source of relevant content to producers using our service,” ” The New York Times collection will have advanced metadata tagging and delivery capabilities, making it searchable and accessible to creatives and producers looking to provide visual context to their stories.”
The New York Times collection consists of footage from videos shot in HD covering news, culture, sports, entertainment, technology and the every topics from The New York Times and NYTimes.com
Micheal Greenspon, General Manager, The New York Times News Service and Syndicate said.
“With Thought Equity Motion’s advanced tools, producers will be able to quickly search, preview, and download content online directly in a wide range of formats.”