VideoBlocks Launches Enterprise Service Targeting Creative Teams

VideoBlocks today announced the launch of its enterprise-class platform and service.This scalable solution offers an alternative to the individual membership options previously available and aims to solve some of the headaches associated with accessing stock media assets across larger teams. 
VideoBlocks Enterprise is targeting both small and large companies, who will have access to a library of a combined $10M worth of digital assets such as videos, newly released 360-degree virtual reality clips, images, graphics and audio files available through VideoBlocks, AudioBlocks and GraphicStock.[image:blog_post:61495]
Benefits to upgrading to the Enterprise service include access to a user-friendly asset management platform, API access, IP authentication and whitelabeling options, multi-seat licensing and a dedicated account manager for personalized assistance.
“The mission of VideoBlocks has always been to provide the mass creative class with access to the best possible digital media assets at a price everyone can afford, whether they are students, freelancers or one of thousands within a large organization,” said VideoBlocks CEO, TJ Leonard. “VideoBlocks Enterprise is the next evolution of that vision. Customers have been asking for a simpler way to manage the creative process within larger companies, removing some of the organizational barriers that can cause inefficiencies and headaches for both the creative and finance departments. We’re excited to be launching the answer to that problem.”
BuzzFeed Motion Pictures and Vistaprint have already signed on to this new offering, taking advantage of the VideoBlocks library of royalty-free material that eliminates the typical rights-related hassles. 
While larger companies like BuzzFeed are obvious targets, smaller production houses and creative teams of more than 5-10 members could also find cost savings from the service, which can be tailored to each company’s specific needs.
VideoBlocks Enterprise is available now. VideoBlocks subscribers at organizations that join VideoBlocks Enterprise will have the option to transition their current accounts to the new service to gain immediate access to its added features and capabilities. To learn more visit
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