DPP Motion launches MEA and Asia video library

Dubai-based DPP Motion has become the first stock library to specialise in footage exclusively from the emerging markets of Africa, Asia and the Middle East, offering content to production companies, broadcasters, advertising agencies and other media. Featuring 4K footage, aerials and time lapses, the DPP Motion video library has been built by a team of locally-based video producers, and provides up-to-date creative and editorial footage depicting vibrant and dynamic life from places often undocumented by other video libraries, including the UAE, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Georgia, India, Malaysia, Namibia, Vietnam, Madagascar and China. Stock video can be instantly and securely purchased online at DPP Motion’s website, and is powered by Amazon’s latest cloud technology (AWS).

“With globalisation, the world is getting smaller and historical and geographical borders are becoming increasingly insignificant,” says Dalia Penzik, Managing Director, DPP Motion. “However, very little video content exists in any real breadth or depth from these areas. There are many countries that are ideal locations for today’s media uses – whether for advertising, feature films, editorial use, corporate videos or e-publishing – but a large number are difficult to access due to challenging terrain, bureaucratic access issues or security concerns. We are making this high quality material readily available, as well as offering a simple online payment system. Our team comprises professional video producers with extensive, first-hand experience of the regions we cover, so we can assure that the footage we are offering accurately depicts current content that can be used for either editorial or commercial purposes. The library was built following in-depth research on the latest business demands and trends of the markets we aim to serve, so we really understand the needs of production companies, broadcasters, advertising agencies and other media makers.”

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