Videos available from over 18,000 Rumble social video creators
TORONTO, March 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ - Today video licensing platform Rumble.com announced it has entered into a partnership with Getty Images, the global leader in visual communication, enabling Getty Images to license social and viral videos exclusively managed by Rumble. Rumble will make its entire portfolio of social and viral videos available for license by Getty Images' global customer base, becoming the largest source of social video for Getty Images.
"As the go-to video platform for social and viral videos, we are very focused on providing multiple distribution options for our video creators," says Rumble CEO, Chris Pavlovski. "This partnership with Getty Images will be instrumental in helping our video creators reach significant audiences across various mediums, from TV to online."
Rumble will be helping Getty Images source, validate, clear and acquire the most popular social videos found on the web, adding to its industry-leading video collection. Getty Images customers will have access to videos from Rumble's 18,000+ social video creators.
Rumble's creator-centric platform has enabled more than 18,000 amateur video creators, media companies, and celebrities to distribute and monetize their social videos. Video creators upload their videos to the Rumble platform, which are then automatically posted to networks like YouTube and Facebook. Videos can also be distributed to over 200 partner sites including high-traffic outlets like Reuters, Yahoo, and NBC. In 2015 alone, creators generated over 74 million views on Rumble.com and 1 billion views across all platforms.
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Rumble.com is where video creators can host, share, create channels, monetize, and distribute their content across the internet and television from a single centralized video platform. For publishers, newsrooms and brands, Rumble helps to identify, source, validate and acquire licenses to the most important social videos on the web. The company boasts an army of more than 18,000 video creators that currently contribute to more than 250M streams per month.