Francesco Gavazzeni Posted December 18, 2017 Share Posted December 18, 2017 During a random check on the web, I found out that an online Italian travel magazine, 'Viaggi 24' (www.ilsole24ore.com), had published since January 25, 2012, this photo report on Valle d'Aosta, featuring 27 photos (all but two Alamy), including 2 my photos, the use of which have not been paid. Here's the link to the article: http://www.ilsole24ore.com/art/viaggi/2011-12-29/valle-d-aosta-cosi-rinascono-castelli-153648.shtml?uuid=ADJ6w29&refresh_ce=1 Here's the link to the photo gallery (my photos are 15/27 and 27/27): http://stream24.ilsole24ore.com/foto/viaggi/valledaostacosirinasconocastelli/Aa8PW9ZE The other Alamy contributors that published pictures in this article on Viaggi 24 are: Tibor Bognar Valentina Anselmet Mereghetti David ketih JOnes Giuseppe Sciamanna M@rcel Stefano Politi Markovina I wrote an email to Alamy Contributor Relations and they replied that they've heard back from their distribution team who've advised the distributor will include these images in their December 2017 sales report which will be received and billed by our team in January 2018. I answered in turn that I'll see what I can get from this sale, considering that I will be credited with six years late. Has this ever happened to other contributors? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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