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Daylife, the news aggregation and software company, has struck a “strategic partnership” with *Getty Images*, which includes the $3.9 millio…

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Daylife, the news aggregation and software company, has struck a “strategic partnership” with *Getty Images*, which includes the $3.9 million third funding the company raised this summer, a company rep confirmed. Back in June, the company filed an SEC filing saying it raised a third round, but at the time, Daylife declined to identify the backer. Apart from announcing Getty’s investment, the two will collaborate on products that will let users insert imagery on their websites. Under the arrangement, Getty (NYSE: GYI) will merge its content with Daylife’s technology, centering on “SmartGalleries” tools for curating and publishing online images. Daylife’s previous backers included a long list of big names, such as the New York Times Co. (NYSE: NYT), Ken Lerer, Craig Newmark, Mike Arrington, among others. Release

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