Reuters announced today that it has joined Haystack News, a leading ad-supported streaming service that connects viewers with local, national and world TV news. Reuters trusted and unbiased news, insight and analysis will now be available to Haystack’s more than 10 million viewers on its streaming service.
Haystack News viewers will have access to Reuters trusted and impartial news content on the most important news stories across business, politics, entertainment and more. Reuters video coverage is updated throughout the day, providing users the most relevant and timely news of what’s happening in the world. With 2,500 journalists in 200 locations, Reuters is the source for fast, accurate and trusted coverage of every major news story.
“Reuters is excited to partner with Haystack News to offer their audience access to trusted global intelligence on the most important news of the day,” said Alex Lewin, Commercial Director, Video and Audio, at Reuters. “Joining Haystack allows Reuters to continue engaging new audiences and meeting them on the devices they find most convenient, adding to the billions of people already reached by Reuters every day.”
“Haystack News is proud to now offer the exceptional, award-winning journalism that has made Reuters one of the most trusted news organizations in the world,” said Daniel Barreto, Co-Founder and CEO of Haystack News. “Their critically important reporting from around the globe will find millions of eager viewers on Haystack News.”
You can access Reuters content on Haystack News here.
Heather.Carpenter @ tr.com