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Moosprout
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Post by Moosprout » Wed Feb 23, 2005 6:29 pm

Hi all,



Does anyone have a picture of Sky News and they display a "Courtesy of" on a graphic?



Thank you and if you could supply me with a snapshot, I would be very grateful.



Best Wishes,



Moosprout.

HBox
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Post by HBox » Thu Feb 24, 2005 11:49 pm

What...?

calciofan
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Post by calciofan » Fri Feb 25, 2005 1:57 pm

Moosprout means when Sky News show pictures from another channel, they normally put the words - 'PICTURES' followed by the name of the source of the pictures.



For example, for football from Sky Sports they write:



'PICTURES

Sky Sports'



... in the top left-hand corner just below the logo and time.

kev667
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Post by kev667 » Sat Feb 26, 2005 8:52 am

This is all I can find, but if you need something else, do let me know. If you can think of a time where you saw 'Courtesy of' - try and remind me of an event. I may have the vid.

ta

kev

Moosprout
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Post by Moosprout » Mon Feb 28, 2005 1:30 pm

Dear Kev667,



Ah, fantastic!



"Pictures" is alright to have, it is just I noticed some companies put "Courtesy of".



I am a Media student and we have to write about packaging and repackaging and I needed something that said where the original footage was from for repackaging and your screen shot is fantastic to use.



I have looked on Google Images, but I did not have any luck, so, thought I would see if anyone on here as any pictures, and you did.



Thank you again, I really appreciate it.



Kind Regards,



Iain.

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