Footage.net has added 70.00o HD clips fromFootaebank’s collection to its search tool.
New York, NY – May 17, 2010 – Footage.net (www.footage.net), the stock, archival and news footage search engine, announced today that FootageBank HD, the world’s first High Definition footage library, has added its entire footage database of more than 70,000 HD clips to the Footage.net search platform. FootageBank’s outstanding collection of motion images is now available for search and screening along side the other leading footage brands currently hosted on the site.
“We’re truly honored that FootageBank has chosen to make their remarkable footage collection a part of Footage.net’s vast footage database,” said Footage.net President Domenick Propati. “FootageBank HD is one of the world’s great stock footage collections, with HD motion imagery from many of today’s foremost cinematographers. The inclusion of these images on Footage.net brings a whole new dimension to our search platform and we look forward to providing FootageBank HD with another channel to reach creative professionals around the globe.”
FootageBank was founded in 2002 by footage veteran Paula Lumbard as the first stock footage company focusing on High Definition (HD) native content. The FootageBank HD library represents more than 120 HD producers, cinematographers and production companies from around the globe, offering the most diverse and comprehensive HD library in the world.
“Footage.net has long been a search destination for our customer base and we are pleased to have this additional tool to drive clients to our content,” said Paula Lumbard, FootageBank HD founder and President. “Our impressive library of stock motion content, combined with Footage.net’s search engine capabilities, customer loyalty and creative marketing will enhance our abilities to serve our customers.”