The collaboration expands Mochila’s content resource network composed of buyers and sellers of video, photos and text. Currently, Mochila’s network has over 1,000 international media companies such as Associated Press, New York Magazine, and The Financial Times.
“Whether you’re a blogger, who got started yesterday or someone in the business for five years and running a site with a million uniques (visitors), Mochila is a one-stop shop for content,” Keith McAllister, CEO of Mochila, said. “It’s the world’s best content for free.”
With Getty Images, Zuma and Jupiter on board, Mochila continues to build up a network where new and traditional media meet to provide the growing needs of the internet community.
Originally posted on June 28, 2007 @ 5:03 am