Getty Images appointed as an Official Media Partner of Pride in London

Getty Images, a world leader in visual communication, today announces that it has been appointed as an Official Media Partner of Pride in London, which will see it capture this year’s official celebrations and set up a legacy collection of content for Pride in London to reference in years to come. Under the official designation, Getty Images will deploy its elite roster of expert news and entertainment photographers and videographers – who have a long history of covering Pride events – to cover the Pride in London parade on 7th…

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Pride in London launches Community Parade Campaign

The volunteer-run organisation that organises the world’s biggest LGBT+ Festival and London’s third biggest public event has launched its Community Parade Campaign. From today over 1,000 screens across London will show parade groups ‘marching’ across them with messages of why they take part in Pride in London. As part of its Pride Matters campaign, the community interest group has been asking people what Pride means to them ahead of the official parade on July 7. For the first time, the artwork and delivery was managed by the in-house agency of…

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Pride in London and WCRS celebrate love in all its forms in ‘Love Happens Here’ campaign

This Pride season marks 50 years since Parliament first voted to start legalising homosexuality. Across the UK, Prides will be marching with a message of hope, acceptance, activism and love. Ahead of the London parade on 8th July, Pride in London and WCRS have launched a multi-media campaign, celebrating love in all its forms. The ‘Love Happens Here’ campaign will play out in two phases; ‘Hate’ and ‘Love’. The first phase draws attention to the rising problem of anti-LGBT+ hate crime in the London with Guerrilla-style fly-postering across the city,…

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