(New York, New York--December 19, 2014) Footage.net, the world's premier online resource for stock footage search and discovery, announced today that WPA Film Library
, a leading source for stock footage and archival content, will offer Footage.net
newsletter subscribers a $250 discount on all footage licensed before January 31, 2015.
Anyone wishing to take advantage of this offer should subscribe to the Footage.net
e-newsletter. To do so, click here
. Some restrictions apply, including a $500 per job minimum.
The WPA Film Library, a world-renowned footage house with extensive archival holdings and an excellent and growing collection of contemporary footage, serves all areas of the media community, supplying high-quality footage on topics as diverse as history, pop culture, politics, celebrities, landmarks, home movies, Americana and more.
"We are excited to make this offer available to our newsletter subscribers," said David Seevers, Footage.net
Chief Marketing Officer. "The WPA Film Library is one of the world's great sources for archival footage and contemporary stock footage, and this is a very generous offer."
The WPA collection includes the British Pathe Newsreel, one of the longest-running newsreels in the world, covering world events and personalities from 1895 to 1970. Strong on fashion, lifestyles, personalities, travel, science and technology, in addition to world news events, the British Pathe collection is one of WPA's most popular holdings.
In addition to the British Pathe Newsreel, WPA Film Library is the exclusive representative for the archives of public broadcaster WETA, with coverage of Congressional and Senate Hearings from as early as the 1970s. The Color Stock Collection from the 1950s is another client favorite, documenting Americana lifestyle images in luminous color, along with hundreds of vintage training films, funny video clips, home movies dating back to the 1920s, and classic commercials. WPA's Music Collections are another strength, covering many genres, such as the classic pre-MTV music television shows Hullabaloo and Music Scene. WPA exclusively represents the innovative Soul! Series which was recorded in the early 1970s and features music, interviews, and poetry by African American icons like Muhammad Ali, Harry Belafonte, and Stevie Wonder. Recent additions to the WPA Film Library include film footage on the spiritual, ecological, and economic significance of water, footage of Afghanistan, and coverage of late 1980s celebrities on the red carpet.
WPA is a long-standing Footage.net
content partner, and their entire database is available for search through the Footage.net
search and screening platform.
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About WPA Film Library
The WPA Film Library, founded by independent producers in 1987, began as a repository of archival and contemporary stock footage for documentaries. In 1989, the company merged with the MPI Media Group, one of the country's oldest independent home video labels and the producer of hundreds of documentaries. Since its inception, the WPA Film Library has grown into one of the world's leading footage sources, offering tens of thousands of hours of high-quality vintage and contemporary images, and it has become a leading online stock footage resource.