iStockphoto Gives Exclusive Artists More Than $200,000 on 100 Percent Royalty Day, August 25

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iStockphoto, the world’s royalty-free multimedia sales leader, just did it again. The world’s leading digital media marketplace rewarded exclusive artists with a 100 percent royalty giveaway day on Aug. 25 for the second year in a row. Last year, iStock gave more than $100,000 to exclusive artists on a single day. Due to phenomenal site growth, iStock exclusive artists will receive more than $200,000 in revenue from yesterday’s sales. The giveaway is related to iStock’s Punctum Day Awards, whose cash and prize winners in several categories were announced last week.

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iStockphoto,, is the world's leading royalty-free stock destination, with an image downloaded every 1.3 seconds. iStock pioneered the micropayment phenomenon in this industry, enabling buyers to license images for as little as a dollar. iStockphoto entered the stock video market with similarly enticing price points in September of 2006. In partnership with its members, iStockphoto has turned community into commerce, transforming the digital imagery market by encouraging passionate dialogue and education, while making imagery affordable to businesses that may not have licensed imagery otherwise. iStockphoto is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Getty Images.


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