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Shootitlive is used by Scandinavia’s largest newspapers and picture agencies in their online publications to cover news and sports events around the world.

Aftonbladet is Sweden's by far biggest news portal and magazine site and one of the leading news sites in Europe. Aftonbladet.se has about 1.5 million visitors each day.

"We have used Shoot it live since 2008 and are confident that live publishing will become an important part of photojournalism."

Pether Engström, Director of photography Aftonbladet.se


Expressen is Sweden's second largest tabloid newspaper.

"Before using Shootitlive publishing photos was a big time consuming hassle for us when we were live covering events. With Shootitlive we can now offer our visitors real-time updates straight from the photographers camera on location."

Mattias Carlsson, Managing Editor Digital Media


Dagens Nyheter Sweden’s leading national morning paper. The online verision of Dagens Nyheter (DN.se) has a journalistic breathe allowing content to speak for itself through large images and clean typography.

"DN.se is one of Sweden's most rewarded sites and we are constantly looking for ways to improve ourselves. With Shootitlive we can offer our visitors a even better live reporting."

Björn Hedensjö, Head of DN.se


Svenska Dagbladet is Sweden’s second largest national morning paper.

"SvD focuses on photography and we can now take our photography a step further by offering our visitors live photos."

Joakim Ståhl, Director of Photography


Göteborgs Posten is a major daily newspaper in Sweden.


Scanpix is Scandinavia's leading photo agency with over 25 million images in their archive. Scanpix produces and distributes photos/videos to all major media publishers in the Nordics.

"There is great demand for minute-by-minute reports with images. Together with Shootitlive, we can offer a unique service without any changes in our or our customers workflow."

Anna Fornek Bergström, CEO Scanpix


Ekstrabladet is Denmark's leading tabloid and it´s online edition (eb.dk) is the most popular newspaper website in Denamrk.

"Shootitlive gives us a huge competitive advantage against our competitors with the ability to quick and easy update our website with live photos and video clips streaming in from the field."

Claus Lunde, Head of Photography


Politiken is one of Denmark's largest newspapers. Internationally, Politiken is known for its photography.


Verdens Gang is Norway's leading tabloid newspaper and it´s online edition VG Nett is the most popular website in Norway.

"Shootitlive is reliable, speedy and offers a great user experience."

Gisle Oddstad, Head of Photography


Dagbladet.no is the first online newspaper in Norway, founded March 8, 1995. It´s Norway’s second largest online newspaper and the 4th largest site overall.


Ilta-Sanomat is Finland's leading tabloid, and the second-largest national newspaper. The Ilta-Sanomat network reaches about 2.2 million unique browsers and about 1.8 million unique users.

"The greatest strength of Shootitlive is the simplicity for our photographers and web editors. This allows us to focus on content without worrying about technology."

Ville Jutila, Producer


Iltalehti.fi has been providing readers with news and experiences on the Internet since 1995. It is currently Finland's most popular online media, collecting 2.1 million unique visitors each week.

"Iltalehti is in the forefront when it comes to live coverage. Shootitlive is the cutting edge service to live publish professional photos and video clips. It's a perfect match!"

Riitta Heiskanen Head Of Photography

Sundsvalls Tidning

Sundsvalls Tidning is a Swedish liberal local newspaper.

"We have started live publishing with Shoot It Live to create a more vibrant website, and the reactions from our readers has been positive. At Sundsvalls Tidning, we are constantly looking for opportunities to improve ourselves and provide our visitors with even better reporting. With live publishing, we can now do an even better job"

Jan Olby Head Of Photography ST.nu

Gefle Dagblad Arbetarbladet

Gefle Dagblad and Arbetarbladet are two Swedish liberal local newspaper.

"We recently merged our photo departments as a saving project and we are now nine photographers. The biggest difference is that we now have much more to do. But with Shootitlive, we now have a solution that provides a range of benefits. To deliver photos to the web takes now almost no time because as soon as the last photo is taken, all photos has already been published. We can, as we did during the Eurovision Song Contest, immediately publish photos to both sites at the same time and we can now offer our visitors a first class live reporting,"

Leif Jäderberg Head Of Photography Gefle Dagblad and Arbetarbladet

Nerikes Allehanda

Nerikes Allehanda is a Swedish local newspaper.


Vestmanlands Läns Tidning is a liberal daily newspaper published in Västerås, Sweden

"At VLT.se we continuously look for ways to improve ourselves. With Shootitlive, our visitors now can see the latest photos live from the field. Recently we live published from the Alliansen and the Röd gröans premises which was extremely popular with our visitors."

Kenneth Eriksson Form and Presentation Manager VLT.se


Promedia is a Media Company with fourteen local newspapers in central Sweden.

"Live reporting is something we are investing heavily in and with Shootitlive the Promedia newspapers will offer visitors even better live reporting with photos and video"

Stefan Källström, Project Manager Promedia


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Talentum is a company that publishes information for decision makers in the areas of technology, economics, finance, marketing, law, employment law and HR.


Edda Media is one of the leading and most innovative media groups in Norway

At Edda Media we’re fond of new services. When we find things that not only are new, but also extremely useful we’re delighted. Shootitlive is of great value to the audience, and is super easy for the newsroom, the reporters and the photographers in the field.

Tord Selmer-Nedrelid, Editorial developer