As another year comes to a close we take a look back at the best live published photos of 2011. This year there have been some truly stunning images captured around the world and we’ve rounded up our favorites among the millions of photos which has swoshed through the Shootitlive system for it’s first publication hot of the photographers cameras.
Press release, Stockholm 07 Dec 2011
Shootitlive who helps newspapers to live publish professional photos and video clips is pleased to welcome the former CTO of Spotify Andreas Ehn to it’s board of directors.
“Newspapers are changing and so are the photojournalists. Shootitlive is reinventing press photography in the digital newsroom”, says Andreas Ehn who is joining Shootitlive’s board of directors. “With Shootitlive photojournalists don’t have to worry about deadlines but let’s them focus on what they do best, capturing great photos”.
“We’re thrilled to have Andreas joining our board”, says Eivind Vogel-Rödin, Founder of Shootitlive AB. “Andreas expertise in the technology industry and his strategic and operational experience will make an invaluable addition to Shootitlive”.
Andreas Ehn is an entrepreneur and a well-respected advisor with a track record in technology. He’s currently a founding team member of the social gifting service Wrapp and prior to that he was the CTO of Spotify. Andreas will primarily focus on assisting Shootitlive in it’s global expansion.
Shootitlive helps newspapers to live publish professional photos and video clips. The service is intended for websites, where on-the-field photographers publish photos and video clips of current events live as they unfold, from any location with 3G coverage. Shootitlive AB was founded 2008 and is today used by Scandinavia’s largest newspapers in their online publications.
Shootitlive News: http://www.shootitlive.com/news
Shootitlive Press (picture/logo): http://www.shootitlive.com/about/press/
For more information, please contact:
Eivind Vogel-Rödin, Founder, Shootitlive AB
+4670-221 04 60
Andreas Ehn, CTO and Co-founder, Wrapp
+4670-733 77 83 00
Völundsgatan 6, 11321 Stockholm
Photo: Leif R Jansson / SCANPIX
This Saturday the Nobel Prize ceremony takes place in Stockholm and for the first time in many years we have a Swedish prize winner. Scandinavia’s leading picture agency Scanpix will live publish photos via Shootitlive during the entire ceremony and the subsequent banquet. If you are interested in publishing the live photo feed please contact Jonas Jonsson at Scanpix.
Key Account Manager Dagspress
Tel + 46 8 738 38 12 Mobil + 46 73 084 10 46
Scanpix, Gjörwellsgatan 30, 112 88 Stockholm