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Research:Technical needs of external re-users of Commons media/Candidates

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This is a list of organizations that frequently re-use Commons media, identified through word of mouth or simple Google searches.

Please add additional sources of which you're aware to the bottom of the table!

org name website notes (optional)
The Outline https://theoutline.com/
The Conversation https://theconversation.com/us
Atlas Obscura https://www.atlasobscura.com/
Alliance for Networking Visual Culture https://scalar.me/anvc/scalar/
Social Networks and Archival Context http://snaccooperative.org/
Smart History https://smarthistory.org/
Eidolon https://eidolon.pub/
Nautilus http://nautil.us/
Creative Commons https://search.creativecommons.org/
Aeon https://aeon.co/
Ars Technica https://arstechnica.com/
The Stroud Courier http://thestroudcourier.com/
Hoodline https://hoodline.com Example: [1] Missvain (talk) 15:21, 31 May 2018 (UTC)
The Star https://www.thestar.com Example; [2] Missvain (talk) 15:21, 31 May 2018 (UTC)
Inquisitr http://www.inquisitr.com/ They used two of my images but failed to credit me, just credit Commons. [3]
Mega Sports News http://megasportsnews.com/ Example: [4][5]
SiriusXM http://blog.siriusxm.com Example: [6]
Across Virginia http://www.acrossvirginia.com Example: [7]
Culture Trip http://www.theculturetrip.com Example: [8]
NOS https://nos.nl crediting comes and goes in waves. Many more media organizations do the same.
Medscape http://www.medscape.com Example: [9]
The Patch http://www.patch.com Could be exclusive to DC Patch. Example: [10]
Only In Your State http://www.onlyinyourstate.com Example: [11]
Zielony Ogrodekopl http://www.zielonyogrodek.pl Example: [12]
Phoenix Business Journal http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix Example: [13]
WETA https://blogs.weta.org/boundarystones Example: [14]
Nevada Public Radio https://knpr.org Example: [15]
National Park Service http://nps.org Example: [16]
USports http://usports.org Example: [17]
The Scientist http://www.the-scientist.com Example: [18]
monumenten.nl https://www.monumenten.nl They did credit correctly at one point in time, but at the moment they only credit the creator by username, no mention of site or license.
Encyclopaedia Britannica https://www.britannica.com example Here's an image they've imported from commons, they credit the photographer by name, but that's all
Web Archive https://archive.org Example - they link authors to Wikipedia articles
Goethe Institut https://www.goethe.de example They did use several of my images and always credit me with the username