MIPTV ’13: Zodiak Rights launches archive service

Zodiak Clips will feature content from such partners as Skyworks and INP Media, as well as short form material culled from the Zodiak Media portfolio.
April 8, 2013

Zodiak Rights, the international distribution division of Zodiak Media, is unveiling an archive division, Zodiak Clips, to be headed by Sandra Coelho, most recently with Getty Images.

The division has already firmed up a deal with Skyworks, the world’s largest aerial HD stock footage provider, and will distribute short form content from assorted third parties, including RTL 2, news archive The Conus Collection, INP Media and Guinness World Records.

Zodiak Clips will also house short form content from Zodiak Rights and material culled from programming out of Zodiak Media’s 45 prodcos, including Mona Lisa, IWC Media and RDF Television.

“Zodiak Clips will be one of the few archives to offer high end footage which is original and unique,” said Zodiak Rights CEO Matthew Frank in a statement. “Sandra has an excellent and extensive track-record in acquiring and selling short form content and we are pleased to announce today our partnership with leading stock footage provider, Skyworks.”


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