Names of news agencies of major countries of the world:

News Agency or Dialogue Committee i.e. such an organization of journalists to make news compilations available to them through news media like newspapers, magazines, radio, television, internet sites. Usually each country has its own official dialogue committee. Many journalists work in the news agency who send the news to their headquarters from where they are edited and released. There are all kinds of news agencies, government, independent and private. The major agencies in India are PTI, UNI, IANS. These agencies used to send news through satellite, then work was done on the ticker system. Now computers have made things easier and email gets the job done. Here is a list of the names of news agencies of major countries of the world and important information about news agencies is given in it.

Let's know about the news agencies of major countries:

Names of news agencies Country
P. T. I., U. N. I., Univarta, Samachar Bharti, Indian News Service, Hindustan News India
IRNA Iran
Antara Indonesia
MENA Egypt
Arab News Agency Saudi Arabia
TASS Soviet Union
Kyodo, Jiji Japan
New China News Agency China
Itim (ITIM) Israel
Setka ( CSTK ) Czech and Slovakia
AAP Australia
Globe news agency Netherlands
Barnama Malaysia
Associate Press of America, United Press of America, International News Service United States
Xinhua China
Reuters United Kingdom
Ansa Italy
WAFA Palestine
NAN Nigeria
UPP Pakistan
DPA Germany
Agency France Press France
Taas, Novosti Russia

Frequently asked questions, Writers is the leading news agency of which country? Writers is the United Kingdom's leading news agency, headquartered in the City of London, United Kingdom. And its owner is Thomson Reuters. Which is the leading news agency of India? The names of the major news agencies of India are as follows- P.T.I., U. N. I., Univarta, Samachar Bharti, Indian News Service, Hindustan Samachar.

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