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Digital R&D Fund for Arts and Culture: Digital Day (Brighton)

Case study: The Past is Never Dead. It's Not Even Past - An Introduction to the Archives at Getty Images
Matthew Butson, Vice President, Hulton Archive

On 7 June 2011 Arts Council England, the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA) announced a new £500,000 Digital R&D Fund for Arts and Culture, for projects that harness digital technologies to connect with wider audiences and explore new ways of working. Project proposals will focus on six key ares: six areas: user-generated content and social media; distribution; mobile, location and games; data; resources; and education and learning. The Digital days aim to: - encourage new partnerships and collaborations between arts and cultural organisations and technology companies - inform participant about opportunities of using digital technologies - provide information on the Digital R&D Fund for Arts and Culture.

For more information visit http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/funding/digital-rd-fund-arts-culture/

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  • Matthew Butson, Vice President, Hulton Archive Case study: The Past is Never Dead. It’s Not Even Past – An Introduction to the Archives at Getty Images
  • An Introduction to the archive at ” The past is never dead. It's not even past ” William Faulkner.
  • Your Speaker today... Matthew Butson Vice President, Archive at Getty Images 25 Years with the archive
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  • The Archive - A Brief History…
    • 1854: Founding of London Stereoscopic Co. (LSC)
    • 1922: Rischgitz acquires LSC.
    • 1936: The Time Inc. Picture Collection founded
    • 1938: Sir Edward Hulton launches weekly “Picture Post” magazine.
    • 1947: Hulton Press acquires Rischgitz - Hulton Picture Library properly formed and catalogued.
    • 1958: BBC acquires Hulton Picture Library
    • 1988: Brian Deutsch acquires the Hulton archive & Keystone.
    • 1996: Getty Images acquires “The Hulton-Deutsch collection”
    • 1999: Getty Images acquires Archive Photos, NY
    • 2000: Hulton|Archive formed. Acquires FPG.
    • 2003: Join forces with Time Inc. - exclusive worldwide distribution of Time Life Pictures. Acquires Retrofile.
    • 2006 : Acquires Michael Ochs Music Archive. Acquires Princess Diana Archive
    • 2007: Image Partner deal with Popperfoto. Acquires Tim Graham Royalty archive.
    • 2008: Acquires Redferns music library.
    • 2009: Acquires Cover agency archive.
    • 2010: Acquires Fotosearch Collection
    • 2011: Acquires Tom Kelley Jnr collection
    • Access to 90 million+ images in London alone;
    • Onsite in London;
    • Hulton (42 million)
    • Archive Photos (13 million)
    • FPG (7 million)
    • Popperfoto (12 million)
    • Bob Thomas Sports Photography (3 million)
    • Redferns (2 million)
    • Ernst Haas (1 million)
    • Slim Aarons (1 million)
    • Space Frontiers (1 million)
    • Allsport (4 million)
    • Tim Graham (2 million)
    • Dave Hogan (1 million)
    • Others: Tom Stoddart, Steve Pyke, Polly Borland, Terry O’Neill etc. (1 million)
  • Case Study: Science & Society Picture Library
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    • What SSPL Brings to Getty Images...
    • 50,000 Images On-line
    • ‘ Deep File’ On Demand Service Available
    • Includes:
    • Science Museum
    • National Railway Museum
    • National Media Museum
    • Daily Herald
    • Advertising Archive
    • Over 1.3bn page views per annum
    • Over 76m visits per annum
    • 480,000 new registrants each year
    • 12 E-commerce language versions
    • 19 Wholly Owned offices worldwide
    • 34 Master Delegates
    • 500 Sales people globally
    • 300,000 Active customers worldwide
    • Sales in 150 countries
    What Getty Images brings to SSPL...
  • That’s all folks! Any Questions?