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A.C. Video & Offer Free Digital Content

28th May 2008

A.C. Video, the new division of entertainment technology supplier A.C. Lighting, has become the first Affiliate Partner of online visual content provider

With LED-based display surfaces and projection screens increasingly providing a major visual element in show designs, still and moving digital images for these applications are now just as important as traditional gobos have been over the last few decades. A.C. Video was therefore keen to work in partnership with, one of the industry's leading content providers, as part of the complete turnkey solution it supplies to lighting companies looking to invest in a creative LED system. is an online video and picture agency that was established to meet the growing demand from lighting designers for digital content, providing a huge image database specifically tailored to meet the needs of modern show configuration and staging. Users can search by attribute, build their own collection, download an individual clip or even have a hard copy sent on a CD/DVD, and with format support for all major media servers, be sure that clips will play from the word go.

To celebrate the new partnership, A.C. Video is offering five free clips in any format to users who register their interest with the new division within the next 60 days. To receive your free content, simply log on to before July 31st 2008 and complete the online form. You will then be sent a promotional code to claim the five free clips when you open an account at General Manager Matt Finke commented: "We're proud to make A.C Video the first partner of our brand new affiliate programme, and are looking forward to working closely with them to give their customers a wealth of content options for the growing market of LED and artistic video applications."