Spy Media unveils news photo website.
A news photo marketplace at http://www.spymedia.com has been unveiled by Spy Media, enabling uncensored news photos uploaded from cameras and photos to be bought and sold.
Photos may only be uploaded to the site by the original author, who must provide written expression and profile information and adhere to journalistic guidelines. Authors are able to set the price for their material and choose pre-established terms defining how their work may be used.
Spy Media said the site has been designed for international exposure and to support unlimited bandwidth and it will support news articles and commerce exchange for blog entries. The site's launch follows the shift in the news business resulting from the Internet and digital media, enabling sellers to access the news photo market.
Information on a worldwide photo contest launched by Spy Media to celebrate the site's introduction is available on the website, which is due to go live for commerce trade in November, with free uploads offered in October.
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|Date:||Oct 4, 2005|
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