Reuters and ANI have expanded their strategic partnership, covering the distribution of ANI video content internationally and the distribution of Reuters services in the Indian market.
As part of this expansion, ANI News content from the Indian subcontinent will now also be available on Reuters Connect, the award-winning global distribution platform.
Alphonse Hardel, global head strategy and business development at Reuters said; “I’m very pleased to be expanding our partnership with ANI, both in the Indian market and globally. ANI offers truly unique coverage of the Indian subcontinent and this partnership means Reuters global clients will benefit from incomparable footage from a region that is shaping the 21st century.”
Sanjiv Prakash, CEO of ANI said; “ANI’s strategic partnership with Reuters is moving from strength to strength. This is a very significant milestone in the ANI-Reuters relationship as ANI’s news content will now be available on multiple platforms globally.”
Reuters, the news and media division of Thomson Reuters, is the world’s largest international multimedia news provider reaching more than one billion people every day. Reuters provides trusted business, financial, national and international news to professionals via Thomson Reuters desktops, the world’s media organizations and directly to consumers at Reuters.com and via Reuters TV. Follow news about Reuters at @ReutersPR. For more information on Reuters News Agency, visit: www.reuters.com/newsagency.
ANI is South Asia’s leading multimedia news agency with over a hundred news bureaus providing news content to broadcasters, news portals, newspapers and social media platforms. ANI’s packaged programming airs across the world in leading TV markets like the United States of America. ANI’s archives are the largest South Asian Video archival collection anywhere in the world.
[Reuters PR Blog Post]
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