FADEL Improves PictureDesk with E-Commerce and Content Syndication Portal Support

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FADEL, a pioneer in rights management, royalty billing, and brand compliance software, has released PictureDesk, its cloud-based content aggregator, with content syndication capabilities.

By utilizing these features, magazine publishers will be able to optimize their owned content and boost syndication revenue. PictureDesk, according to the company, serves as a universal content aggregator by combining content that is sourced, owned, and commissioned internally with ready-to-license content from media providers on a single, cloud-based platform.

Publishers can lower their IT infrastructure and support expenses with this consolidation, which also improves content accessibility and makes picture research easier.

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