Communications News: Christian Aid signs over video footage for press to access

Christian Aid has struck a deal with the Press Association that will allow journalists and broadcasters to access 4,000 hours of its film footage for use in news reports and documentaries.

The aid organisation's video archive library includes material covering conflicts, humanitarian crises, environmental disasters and political upheaval from countries such as Afghanistan, Ethiopia and Rwanda. Christian Aid employs film crews to work around the world with more than 600 local partner organisations in 55 countries.

The partnership with the Press Association, the UK's and Ireland's largest news agency, will mean that Christian Aid footage can be downloaded or ordered online from by broadcasters and producers.

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