Getty Images renews Paralympics ties

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AUCKLAND, Wednesday: Getty Images and the International Paralympic Committee are extending their existing partnership agreement, which sees Getty Images serve exclusively as the official photographic agency to the IPC.

The partnership, which first began 15 years ago, will be extended through to 2028 with Getty Images delivering increased coverage of the Summer and Winter Paralympic Games, as well as a number of other major Paralympic sporting events.

As well as granting the IPC access to their extensive digital content archive of Paralympic Games and sport event imagery, Getty Images will provide National Paralympic Committees access to coverage during the Paralympic Games for editorial use.

Getty Images global head of content Ken Mainardis said: “We are delighted to renew our long-standing partnership with the IPC through to the 2028 Paralympic Games in Los Angeles.

“Getty is a vital partner of the paralympic movement, spreading the fantastic achievements of our athletes to media worldwide.”

“Ever since we first became a partner in 2004, we have been dedicated to capturing phenomenal moments from the event. We look forward to continuing to highlight the values and achievements of the Paralympics to the widest possible audience via our unparalleled global distribution platform.”

IPC comms manager Craig Spence said: “Getty Images has been a vital partner of the paralympic movement spreading the fantastic achievements of our athletes to media organisations worldwide.”

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