New Press Clipping Service Offers Immediate Results & User Friendly Navigation Comparable To Online Shopping

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Grabien (http://www.Grabien.com) is a new platform that allows users to buy and sell pre-edited news clips launched this week. Grabien services media outlets, the public relations industry, bloggers, and independent journalists.

Grabien will allow users to request clips from virtually any TV station and have the results delivered in a half hour or less. Other clipping services can take days or longer to fulfill similar requests.

New Press Clipping Service Offers Immediate Results & User Friendly Navigation Comparable To Online Shopping

Grabien (http://www.Grabien.com) is a new platform that allows users to buy and sell pre-edited news clips launched this week. Grabien services media outlets, the public relations industry, bloggers, and independent journalists.

“Grabien’s process to identify and purchase clips is as easy as shopping on Amazon," said Tom Elliot, Founder of Grabien who also serves an executive producer of the nationally syndicated “Peter Schiff Show.” "Like iStockPhoto -- which revolutionized the stock photography industry by allowing amateur photographers to sell professional-grade images at a fraction of the usual cost, expanding the industry far beyond its usual customer base -- Grabien will meet the growing demand for edited news media, as the news industry democratizes and decentralizes."

Grabien will allow users to request clips from virtually any TV station and have the results delivered in a half hour or less. Other clipping services can take days or longer to fulfill similar requests.

“Whereas content producers once had to record video off TV or the Internet, edit with complicated software, transcribe the audio, and then look for more -- Grabien users can quickly find exactly what they're looking for. All videos on the site can also be customized into clips using the site's Clipper took, enabling users to trim existing clips exactly as needed, converting the file format, all before downloading.” Said Elliot.

Unlike YouTube, where only the most successful accounts make any money, Grabien pays uploaders upward of 50 percent the purchase price every time their content is downloaded. As the user base expands, Elliott expects his site to become the go-to source for independent journalists who find themselves amidst breaking news like natural disasters.

A video promoting the site explains its features.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaRrgWZPXEU

All media queries about Grabien can be directed to: press(at)grabien(dot)com

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