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To continue to provide the most comprehensive services, promote innovation and help build a creative society, The Post is welcoming its 35th year of publication with the launch of The Jakarta Post Images, a new digital services platform, under the tagline "Breaking the Boundaries".
With this new platform, The Post is seeking to provide its stakeholders and readers with easy and convenient access to a rich visual archive. The site's images and multimedia content are divided into two categories: Editorial and Creative. Clients and stakeholders can download the site's content for their own personal needs.
The collection, available at The Jakarta Post Images, will continue to grow, thanks to the newspaper's partners in the Kompas Gramedia Group and the larger Asia News Network (ANN), which covers English language news publications across Asia.
With the support of experienced visual content professionals and editors, the collection encompasses editorial photographs, creative photography, portraits, video footage and visual illustrations. The content is divided into categories and ready to use for publications, be they editorial or creative, or for commercial purposes, the arranging of reports and research, or for personal collections through the site's premium collection service.
Through The Jakarta Post Images, The Post will continue to refine its services with the aid of your feedback. The Post hopes that access to a visual archive of content from Indonesia and Asia can assist efforts to develop a better Asia for the future.
In line with the spirit of "Breaking the Boundaries" and in commemoration of the Post’s 35th anniversary, The Jakarta Post Images, will continue to be developed to provide easy, cheap and comprehensive access to visual content from around Asia for the Post’s stakeholders and readers.
(The Jakarta Post Images team)