With only seven weeks until the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games, if you haven’t started planning how you’ll cover this summer’s biggest event, then it’s time to start planning. Here is some information we got from our partners at the european pressphoto agency (epa) about their coverage of this Olympics. We’ll have many partners covering every aspect of the event and we’ll give you more updates about how you can get the most out of Newscom’s Olympic images and videos as we go along, but we hope this information from one of our partners will help you as you plan and prepare your coverage.
Olympic Summer Games London 2012
- General Information on epa’s Coverage -
epa european pressphoto agency – one of the world’s leading news photo agencies – has traditionally placed a strong emphasis on its sports coverage. With a dedicated team of photographers, epa excels in capturing these unforgettable, often triumphant Olympic moments. So much so that epa’s images have adorned many a front page around the globe, not only during the Olympics.
July 27to August 12, 2012, plus pre-event coverage.
30+ photographers contributing images to the epa coverage team.
8 editors working directly in London.
Olympic feature coverage will start approximately 10 days before the Opening Ceremony.
Throughout spring 2012, coverage is planned of test events taking place in the Olympic venues.
1500 images per day.
You can find all of the Olympics coverage from epa on Newscom, along with photos from all of our partners covering the Olympics. Newscom will soon be launching a special portal dedicated to Olympics coverage to make it easier for you to find and use the content that will share your story with your readers. Watch for the announcement about our new portal soon.
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