London — 23 February, 2022: Amondo, a content storytelling platform with clients including Chelsea FC, Universal Music, Formula E, the International Cricket Council and Live Nation has partnered with Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications, launching a new integration that allows its clients to easily display licensed visual content from Getty Images via the Amondo platform.
Getty Images is a preeminent global visual content creator and marketplace that offers a full range of content solutions to meet the needs of any customer around the globe, no matter their size. Through its Getty Images, iStock and Unsplash brands, websites and APIs, Getty Images serves over 1 million customers in almost every country in the world and is the first-place people turn to discover, purchase and share powerful visual content from the world’s best photographers and videographers.
Amondo is a content storytelling platform that enables organisations to utilise the content generated around their community for fan engagement and campaign activation. Content from all sources and platforms, plus media coverage, quizzes, promotions and data capture can be brought together via a new content format called an Imprint — which can be embedded and shared across websites, apps, in-venue screens, OOH, broadcast, social and email.
The integration allows organisations to connect their Getty Images account within the Amondo dashboard to add visual content from Getty Images to their Imprints.
One of the first organisations to make use of the new integration is the British Olympic Association and Team GB around the recent 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. Team GB was able to access and display licenced visual content from Getty Images within daily Imprints showcased via the teamgb.com, official Team GB app and social media.
If you would like more information about the Getty Images integration or would like to discuss working with Amondo, please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org