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We work with all these guys, we rate them and believe they add value to the ever changing, growing and improving world of newsgathering - you should too:
Octopus Media Technology /Octopus TV Ltd is a cloud based, video content management and delivery platform. Octopus TV is revolutionising the way business is conducted and content is managed, monetised and delivered around the world.
The platform provides four major functions: Digital Delivery; Digital Archive; Live streaming; Video on Demand.
Octopus is a very cool, flexible and dynamic service - together with GRNlive camera people around the world we can offer an unparalleled end to end video solution for every publisher... and lets face it, anybody with a website is now a publisher...
Rawporter is based out of Charlotte, NC and in public Beta. Rawporter’s vision is to protect, promote and sell the photos and videos that are being shared online. Community members can feature their photos and videos and manage their portfolios online. In turn, Rawporter actively promotes featured members through social media channels to increase exposure and the likelihood that their photos and videos will be purchased.
TRANSTERRA is an online marketplace that brings news, documentary and multi-media from the world's frontlines to buyers around the globe.
TRANSTERRA contributors range from seasoned correspondents, local television networks and documentary filmmakers, to artists, aspiring journalists, activists and NGOs. From Cairo to Chang Mai, and from Delhi to DC, our contributors have rare access, unique perspectives, and are on the ground, where the stories are happening, producing high-quality media that cannot be found elsewhere. Their videos and images of breaking stories, historical archive footage, and feature length documentary films are available on TRANSTERRA now for immediate purchasing, licensing and full-resolution download.
We believe that multiple and diverse perspectives in media should be accessible to all-- to a grandmother in Tokyo, to a 7th grader in California, and to those in global newsrooms and media outlets tasked with showing their audience what is happening in the world.