IndieFrame connects content creators with news media, publishers, broadcasters and private companies all around the world. It’s a channel where people can share their real-life stories and perspective on life, politics, society, and current events.
As a user, you can become a freelance reporter. With IndieFrame you can grab media attention, share your perspectives on current events and shed light on subjects that you feel deserve attention. Or you can simply pursue a passion for photo and video creation and profit by selling it to media, businesses or private users who take an interest in your work.
We believe that content creators should be rightfully payed for their work and we want to make it easy for professionals and non-professionals alike to sell their photos and videos to interested buyers within the principles of a free market. The aim of IndieFrame is to create a more democratic media image by using the people’s perspective and in that way create a valuable resource of true and urgent content that medias and companies can tap into and use upon request.
User-generated content is helping to shape the news in local and international media and the market needs a centralized distribution platform. We want to make it easy to verify and exchange photo and video content and allow independent content creators to share in the profits from their work.
IndieFrame provides high quality photos for editors and journalists under licensed content - including images and videos - as well as innovative tools that empower reporters to be known and exposed to medias like Das Bild, Telegraph, MSN, DailyMail, The Sun, TV2, JyllandsPosten, The Mirror, Click! And many more.
Become a user and earn money while telling the world your story.
IndieFrame was founded in 2016 by Cecilia Valsted and Lars Brask, two experienced documentary film makers on a quest to create a more diverse and democratic news flow in local and international media.
“In a time where the power of the media is rapidly changing and propaganda and alternative facts are spreading, we want to create a more authentic and democratic media image inspired by the people’s perspective.”