It seems to be that we are caught in an ever decreasing spiral, broadcasters want more rights for less budget.Case in point; producers now nearly always have to clear for internet or on-line rights, but with no concomitant increase in budget to cover this. Gone are the days when all rights all medi...Read More
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Or, how much is that shot of the wolf mother feeding her cubs? Well, there are several factors which influence the price that we charge for the use of our moving images in your production. They answer the questions, who, what, when (which is here interpreted as how long) and where?Firstly, the who p...Read More
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A royalty rate is not simply icing on the cake, or money for old rope. It is a recognition that time and effort have been expended in acquiring the images in the first place. No matter how the images have been acquired - whether they are the result of productions that the company has made, or wheth...Read More
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People are a legitimate source of information. This was the mantra I learnt in the early days of my career at the BBC, more years ago than I care to remember. Back then finding out things was more difficult with no handy Google. But the adage still holds true, particularly for sourcing material th...Read More
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Welcome to our news blog

G'day Everyone,as we say in this part of the world (New Zealand)Welcome to our NHNZ Images news blog. In these postings I will be talking about aspects of the footage industry as they relate to our stockfootage library. Some postings will be of a general nature and some specific which I hope will...Read More
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