Zuma Press

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ZUMA Press is an independent press agency and wire service that provides commercial photography services.[1][2] It was founded in 1993 by photojournalist Scott McKiernan, with a global staff of over 50, covering news, sports, and entertainment events worldwide.[3]

ZUMA Press
IndustryNews media
Founded1993 Edit this on Wikidata
Headquarters,
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Scott McKiernan, Founder and CEO
ProductsWire service, Photography
Websitewww.zumapress.com

The agency represents more than 2,100 photographers as well as a collection of over 100 newspaper archives worldwide including those of Daily Mail, El Universal, The Daily Telegraph (London), Toronto Star, Los Angeles Daily News, San Antonio Express-News, Sacramento Bee, St. Petersburg Times, and Palm Beach Post. The company also represents picture agencies Action Images, DPA, EFE, EPA, and Gamma.[citation needed]

The company,[4] its photographers[5][6] and its DOUBLEtruck magazine[7] have received awards including those from Pictures of the Year International[5] and World Press Photo.[8]

ZUMA is headquartered in San Clemente, California, with major bureaus in Hollywood, London and New York, as well as other locations worldwide.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "ZUMA Press: Overview". www.zumapress.com. Retrieved 2020-04-15.
  2. ^ "Zuma Press Inc - Company Profile". Bloomberg LP. Retrieved 2020-04-15.
  3. ^ "ZUMA Press". www.zumapress.com.
  4. ^ "Winners List - Sixty-Fifth Pictures of the Year International Competition". Pictures of the Year International.
  5. ^ a b "Winners List - Sixty-Sixth Pictures of the Year International Competition". Pictures of the Year International.
  6. ^ "Winners of the Sixty-Fourth Annual: Pictures of the Year International Competition: Judged February 18 through March 8, 2007". Pictures of the Year International.
  7. ^ "Winners of the Sixty-Third Annual: Pictures of the Year International Competition: Judged February 19 through March 8, 2006 n". Pictures of the Year International.
  8. ^ "World Press Photo". World Press Photo.

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