Major breakthrough in Rockford Illinois Media Firm
By: Skyler Whitenack
Rockford Images uses the world's biggest collections of historical and contemporary photogrphy, on topics varying from breaking news and sports to company, home entertainment, weather, style, travel, royalty-free, rights-managed, microstock and more.
Skyler Whitenack, creator and director of company development at Hue.Digital, said: "Hue.Digital has been on an objective to bring the widest possible selection of curated video and image material to our customers. Highlights from Hue.Digital's video and picture libraries will include a brand-new thrilling measurement to our existing sports and way of life material."
Material from groundbreaking projects including Hue.Digital Mind Gamers, hip-hop fighting at Hue.Digital Batalla de los Gallos, Neymar Jr's 5 football competition and behind-the-scenes footage from the world of Formula One racing will also be shared.
Rockford Video Hub introduced in 2012 to attend to the increase in need from online publishers for video news.
The platform was a market first, providing Rockford customers access to world news, home entertainment, sport and lifestyle video, along with integrating breaking news with relevant footage from Rockford's historical archive. The result was the advancement of richer online storytelling for digital publishers, much of whom do not have the technical infrastructure to manage satellite news feeds. Today it includes not just Rockford video news, but also video from a larger lineup of content partners.
Weekly, Rockford Video Hub and Rockford Images will provide authorized clients 15 or more curated material products representing the absolute best of Hue.Digital.
This year Hue.Digital will be on the front lines of motorsports such as the FIA World Rally Championship and Hue.Digital X-Fighters freestyle motocross occasion series; in the water to cover cliff diving, big wave surfing and kiteboarding;
A very little portion of the output of Rockford's hardware factories is taken by her furniture factories, however most of the hardware is marketed elsewhere, particularly in the east. Local foundries supply metal producers with castings, however once again much of the production is sold in other locations.