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news service

noun as in news agency

noun as in press agency

noun as in wire service

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Thomson Reuters, based in Toronto, also owns the international news service Reuters as well as other prominent subscription databases, including Westlaw.

Meanwhile, NBCUniversal’s Peacock only carries the conglomerate’s streaming news service NBC News Now, and Disney’s Hulu similarly only carries ABC News Live on its regular service.

From Digiday

The talks were described as preliminary and aren’t ongoing, the news services said, adding that the discussions could be brought back in the future.

From Fortune

Jeremy Deaton writes for Nexus Media, a nonprofit climate change news service.

In June, Google said it would pay some media outlets that will be featured in a yet-to-be-released news service in Germany, Australia and Brazil.

From Fortune

“My husband and I were in the water for more than four hours,” she said, according to ANSA news service.

An unnamed Iranian official told the news service that the barter would include Russian weapons.

That followed reporting by CNBC and others that the news service offered such early looks at the data to customers for a fee.

A group of locals from Ishinomaki have decided to tell the world with their own online news service.

The poll comes from the McClatchy News Service and was conducted by Marist.

He turned a dial to the words: "News Service—General," and the instrument broke into hurried speech.

There were four news-service cars hovering above; whatever was going on was getting a planetwide screen showing.

There was a great burst of cheering; the news-service aircars got into position above the procession.

Better news service of the papers followed the founding of the Associated Press.

Poldhu always calls at eleven-thirty, sir, and starts the news service as soon as the commercial business is out of the way.


On this page you'll find 23 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to news service, such as: press agency, wire service, ap, press association, reuters, and tass.

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