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  1. After submitting a lot of news images, I have a question that has dawned on me. I don't believe Alamy has provided specific details on the difference between "News" vs. "Sports" vs. "Entertainment". It's clear to me what "Sports" images are - those images relating to sports events. The thing I'm unsure of is the difference between "News" and "Entertainment". I noticed there were a few groups of images of PrideFest around the world uploaded to both news and entertainment. I have uploaded images of festivals to entertainment. Is the "Entertainment" section meant to be specifically for red carpet events and concerts or is it also open to other "entertainment" type events like festivals? ....and if I have images of people in my area (not at the World Cup) watching World Cup events does that get uploaded to news or to entertainment.....or is it related to sports? Has anyone received guidance specifically from Alamy?
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