Reuters Editorial Collection Coming to Adobe Stock
Today, we made a very exciting announcement during the Adobe MAX keynote – Adobe is partnering with Reuters, the world’s largest international multimedia news provider. Read the official press release. Through our partnership with Reuters, we will expand our marketplace with the addition of editorial content, bringing comprehensive coverage of all major news, sports, business, entertainment and lifestyle events to Adobe Stock customers.
We know getting rights to photos and videos of buzzworthy news stories can be challenging. We’re aiming to solve that problem by making thousands of headline-grabbing editorial assets available to our community.
Adobe Stock customers will get access to the entire Reuters collection, including:
- Photos covering news, sports and entertainment events with thousands of images added every day and over twelve million images in the archive
- Video footage covering all major events across the globe, including the unique Reuters archive library of historical news footage featuring over a million news clips dating back to the 1890s
“Editorial is a critical component of modern content creation and storytelling,” said Bryan Lamkin, executive vice president and general manager, Digital Media at Adobe. “We’re thrilled about our partnership with Reuters as we’re now able to offer powerful news, editorial and sports imagery and archival coverage to our customers, dramtically expanding the range of stock assets available directly in their Creative Cloud apps.”
With over 60 million royalty-free commercial photos, videos, illustrations, graphics, 3D assets and templates available in Adobe Stock, we are very excited to offer this new editorial collection to our customers, making Creative Cloud the go-to platform for everything our users need to create great work.
The Reuters integration into Adobe Stock is expected in the first half of 2017. In the meantime, here’s a round-up of some of our favorite editorial assets from 2016:
Header image courtesy of Jason O’Brien/REUTERS.