The Veritone team specializes in content licensing and clearances for ad campaigns, films, documentaries, editorial programming and more. With each collection, our goal is simple, respect the integrity of your brand while creating a significant revenue stream through licensing. Let our team of industry experts present your assets to premiere content creators who are searching for a perfect moment to complete their vision.

Meet Our Content Partners

For nearly two decades we have been a valuable resource to creatives by licensing content on behalf of some of the most iconic collections in news, sports, and entertainment. Meet our partners.

New York Times
Veritone is home to current and archived footage from the world’s leading editorial sources, including Bloomberg, CBS News, CNN, and The New York Times.

Los Angeles Times

The Los Angeles Times is a daily newspaper that has been published in Los Angeles, California, since 1881. It has the fifth-largest circulation among United States newspapers and is known for its coverage of issues particularly salient to the U.S. West Coast, such as immigration trends and natural disasters. Veritone is pleased to represent their video content which includes breaking news, special interest stories, and compelling documentaries. 

View select Los Angeles Times content

CBS News



South China Morning Post


The New York Times

PAC-12 Conference

Men’s & Women’s regular-season conference athletics featuring historic rivalries, iconic venues, award-winning athletes, and more from Pac-12. 

Contact to access Pac-12 content, historical and present.

USA Swimming

US Open Tennis

U.S. Soccer Federation

CBS Sports

French Open Tennis


Big Ten Conference

Studio 71

User-generated content from some of YouTube’s most-watched shows. 

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Brave Bison


Retrofootage represents perhaps the largest collection of archival footage available for licensing in the world. Delving deep into the National Archives, private historical film collections, educational films and old wacky drive-in cult cinema to bring you the history of the world in the 20th and 21st centuries as well as some truly strange and bizarre clips. Mostly editorial in nature, Retrofootage strives to improve the elements we find, through transfers from 16 and 35mm film, to enhancements like noise reduction, colorization, and grading. Finally, we offer the best of breaking news from institutions like NASA, CDC, NTSB and others.

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Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios