UN Photo provides photographs of meetings and events at Headquarters as well as activities in the field to journalists and broadcasters covering UN activities, through the UN Photo Library at Headquarters as well as through its online digital photo archive management system.
The UN Photo Library also has a one-of-a-kind archive of over 800,000 images that chronicle the history of the Organization, available to publishers and the media. Digital photos are available as soon as the images are acquired and processed. Nominal fees for the issuance of prints may apply.
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United Nations Photo Library
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UN Video produces two television series throughout the year: 21st Century, the monthly 30-minute newsmagazine featuring human-interest stories in a dynamic, field-oriented style; and UN in Action, the series of short features on the work of the United Nations in the field. UN Video also produces Year in Review, the 15-minute documentary produced annually in December that captures the major highlights of the Organization's activities and initiatives during the year in the life of the United Nations that provides an excellent overview of the events that affected the world.
UN TV provides live daily feeds of meetings, conferences and special events at UN Headquarters in New York and around the world. These daily TV feeds are used regularly by the three main syndicators -- APTN, Reuters, and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) -- as well as many individual broadcasters.
The United Nations and its Agencies invite major international broadcasters to join in distribution partnerships that offer a full range of bold, engaging and diverse television programming. The UN welcomes innovative ideas for collaboration in the form of co-productions, new genres or TV formats that will enable us to diversify our audience.
To become a partner, broadcasters should be an official, established media organization, channel or network, for at least the past two years; have a minimum audience size of one million viewers; and provide feedback on content and actual broadcast. UN Video programmes are free of charge to authorized broadcasters who have negotiated a Letter of Agreement with specific terms and conditions. The selection of partners is at the discretion of the UN Promotion and Distribution Unit.
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UN Radio produces daily programmes in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish, and weekly programmes in Kiswahili, French Creole, Bangla, Hindi, Urdu and Indonesian.
One of UN Radio's main products is the weekday news programme, a 15-minute news and current affairs round-up produced live from UN Headquarters. The weekday news programme begins with a 5-minute news bulletin followed by 10 minutes of 2 to 3 feature stories on a wide variety of social, political, economic, development and cultural issues involving the UN and its work.
UN Radio not only offers news and feature stories but also provides raw audio materials, from ongoing meetings and events to audio stored in our archives, all free of charge. Broadcast-quality mp3 files can be downloaded free of charge from the Radio website (http://radio.un.org) or from an FTP server, to which we can provide you access.
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