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Jupiterimages offers single-image purchases on Photos.com

Previously, users had to pay monthly subscription fee for access to images. Move could be part of new strategy by Getty, which recently agreed to buy Jupiterimages.

By October 30, 2008


Stock art consolidation: Getty to buy Jupiterimages

Getty Images has agreed to acquire one of its top competitors, Jupiterimages, for $96 million. Another rival, Corbis, is cutting photographer royalties.

By October 25, 2008


Corbis to phase out SnapVillage microstock site

Stock art company says it needs a "need a bigger, better offering to achieve success in microstock." It is folding its low-cost photography-licensing site into its Veer property.

By February 5, 2009


M&A prospects better for small companies, new media

Reports released this week show that small technology deals and ones related to nontraditional media are likely to fare better during this recession year.

By January 9, 2009


Corbis move paves way for higher-end microstock

SnapVillage is considering support for raw images in its stock-photo business, a move that could give it an angle over better-established competitors that only permit JPEG.

By September 5, 2007


iStockphoto to raise prices in August

The microstock company is raising the cost of credits used to license images, meaning customers will have to pay more but photographers will get more.

By July 20, 2007


Corbis' microstock site lets photographers set fee

SnapVillage, launched Monday, differs from rivals in letting contributors decide how much they want to charge for images.

By June 25, 2007


With site revamp, Fotolia adds vector art

One of a host of "microstock" sites selling members' photos is expanding media types and speeding up image searches.

By June 1, 2007


Corbis to take 'microstock' plunge

Established stock photography seller will take on a host of smaller rivals--and one bigger one--in the budding realm of low-cost online photo sales.

By June 1, 2007