Newspapers has been preparing for the royal wedding on June 19th for quite some time
Many newspapers are concerned about how they should have enough time to produce and publish materials. And when it comes to quickly publish photos during the day, many wonder if the 3G network will crash. Some have experimented with 4G dongles and netbooks to quickly send photos and other attempts to gain access to business buildings and apartments with solid Internet connections close of the wedding events. But hey, now there is a solution!
Through an exclusive partnership with Shoot It Live Scanpix now offers a live photo feed to international and Swedish customer sites. Scanpix will have about 40 photographers on location, access to fixed Internet connections in several locations, and unique access to a number of places. As soon as the photographers send a photo it will automatically be pushed out to all sites that bought the live photo feed from Scanpix.
Contact Jonas Jonsson at Scanpix via firstname.lastname@example.org or +468-738 38 00
Contact Ehran Güner at Scanpix via email@example.com or +468-738 38 00
Scanpix press release here or read it below.
Live photos from the Royal Wedding
Scanpix offers Swedish and international sites a live photo feed directly from the Royal Wedding June 19
Through an exclusive partnership with Shoot It Live Scanpix now offers a live photo feed to international and Swedish customer sites. The photos will automatically and continuously become viewable at customers’ sites during the wedding day.
Scanpix who is the official picture agency at the royal wedding will be covereing the wedding with more than 40 photographers and have unique access to take pictures during the ceremony in the church, the procession route, and subsequent dinner arrangements.
“There is great demand for minute-by-minutes reports with photos, along with Shoot It Live, we can now offer a unique service without in any way change our or our customers way of work” says Scanpix CEO Anna Fornek Bergstrom.
Shoot It Live is used daily by Scandinavia’s largest newspapers in their online publications.
“Many newspapers are concerned about how they should have enough time to produce and publish material from the royal wedding. Scanpix can now offer live photos directly to newspapers’ sites and we are very pleased that they chose Shoot It Live to make this possible,” says Shoot It Live CEO Martin Levy.
Scanpix offer the live photo feed from the wedding to Swedish and international sites with up to two million visitors per week. The newspapers embed the player on their site to show the live photo feed. After the wedding photos will remain on the customer site as an image gallery for one week.
For more information, contact:
Lina Hedenström, Marketing manager Scanpix
4670-303 38 92
Martin Levy, CEO Shoot It Live
4673-150 00 22