Getty signs hot youth media brand

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Sydney – Getty Images and global youth media brand Vice Media (now part of the WPP empire) have embarked on a global content partnership that sees clips from Vice’s award-winning content made available to Getty customers worldwide.

Vice, renowned for its distinct documentary reporting style and popularity among young people, now brings its unique footage to Getty Images’ nearly one million customers in almost 200 countries, significantly expanding its global reach.

The Vice Media Collection launches with video clips from Vice’s archival footage, with clips from Vice’s owned and operated digital channels continuing to be added to Getty Images’ comprehensive video library of over five million assets.

About Vice Media
Vice is the world’s pre-eminent youth media company and content creation studio. Launched in Canada in 1994, it now operates in over 30 countries and distributes its programming to viewers across digital, linear, mobile, film and socials. Vice, now owned by WPP, includes an international network of digital channels; a weekly and daily news programming partnership with HBO; a television and feature film production studio; a magazine; a record label; an in-house creative services agency; and a newly launched US and Canadian TV network, Viceland. Vice’s award-winning programming has been recognised by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Peabody Awards, Sundance Film Festival, PEN Center, Cannes Lions, Frontline Club, Knight Foundation, American Society of Magazine Editors, LA Press Club, James Beard awards, and the Webby Awards.

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