Shutterstock, a global creative platform offering full-service solutions, high-quality content, and tools for brands, businesses and media companies, together with A+E Networks, a global multi-platform content company, have announced an exclusive editorial archival footage partnership to represent The A+E Networks Archive, featuring some of the most popular and culturally-relevant brands in media, including The HISTORY Channel, A&E, Lifetime, and more.
The A+E Networks Footage Archive provides unparalleled access to an unrivaled key collection. From stunning nature visuals, to iconic military and war reenactments, as well as new-to-market, pre-cleared assets for commercial projects, this remarkable footage archive will enable storytelling opportunities across multiple verticals for producers, publishers and documentary filmmakers. This exclusive archival footage collection will form part of Shutterstock Editorial Video which launched in October 2020. With access to over 300,000 clips, Editorial Video has best-in-quality video content, featuring premium live and archival clips across News, Entertainment, Fashion and UGC.
“Shutterstock is in an exciting period of transformation, as a trusted creative and distribution partner to the world’s brands, agencies, production companies and media,” said Candice Murray, VP of Editorial at Shutterstock. “The archive of A+E Networks is an exceptional curation of imagery, footage, b-roll and CGI content, and we are thrilled to showcase this unique collection for visual storytelling that will captivate and resonate with audiences globally.”
“As one of the most innovative storytelling companies in the world, A+E Networks engages worldwide audiences across multiple platforms through its portfolio of media brands, including The HISTORY Channel, A&E and Lifetime,” said Mark Garner, Executive Vice President of Global Content Sales and Business Development, A+E Networks. “We are excited to partner with Shutterstock, a powerful creative platform with tremendous global reach. Never before have we provided this level of unparalleled access to our archives, one of the most unique footage libraries in existence.”