October 28, 2015 Last Updated 2:35 pm

Getty Images named official photo content provider for The Hollywood Reporter.

LOS ANGELES, CA – October 28, 2015 — Getty Images, the global leader in visual communication, will be the official photo content provider for the entertainment industry’s premiere brand, The Hollywood Reporter (THR), and the leading global destination for charts, news, trends and innovations in music, Billboard, it was announced today by Roxanne Motamedi, VP, Global Entertainment, Partnerships & Content.

Under this new agreement, Getty Images will be the exclusive credentialed photographer for THR and Pret-a-Reporter and the preferred credentialed photographer for Billboard on the red carpet and behind-the-scenes at the top award shows, premieres, industry parties and other entertainment events. Recognized as one of the leading agencies in the entertainment arena, Getty Images’ world-class team have the rapport and relationships with the talent, expertise on the red-carpet as well as the state-of-the-art technology to deliver the imagery that THR and Billboard readers want and expect.

“The partnership between Getty Images and The Hollywood Reporter brings together two very well-known brands that have extraordinary compatibility,” Ms. Motamedi stated. “The Hollywood Reporter is one of the entertainment industry’s most respected and prestigious publications with a very talented group of journalists and Getty Images has many of the world’s most prominent photographers who have captured some of the most outstanding and memorable photos from show business from around the globe.”

“As the entertainment and music industry’s flagship media brands, it makes perfect sense for The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard to partner with Getty Images, the leader in entertainment photography,” said Jennifer Laski, photo and video director for The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard. “We are excited to enter this partnership as we head into awards season and look forward to the coverage we can produce together.”

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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