The publisher is the latest content partner to offer Reuters’ customers access to video content from The Guardian.
Through Reuters Connect, Reuters News Agency customers will be able to access global video stories with a UK focus, with interviews by prominent high-profile reporters.
The Guardian is the latest to join the list of third-party content partners such as BBC, CCTV, National Geographic, PBS NewsHour and USA Today amongst others. The partnership allows subscribers to find and utilise a wide variety of content from multiple sources.
Ross Paterson, Head of licensing, Guardian News & Media said: “The Guardian strives to tell meaningful and purposeful stories, uncover the facts and interrogate and explain ideas. We are pleased to bring some of the Guardian’s most engaging video journalism to Reuters Connect customers around the world.”
Justine Flatley, Senior Manager, Content Partnerships, Reuters News Agency, said: “Reuters partnership with The Guardian aims to satisfy an ever-increasing demand for real-life, human-interest news stories. Enabling Reuters Connect users and their customers to explore the stories behind the headlines, The Guardian video offers well-rounded, richly detailed explainer videos which take a different angle on the news of the day. I am thrilled to partner with the globally renowned publisher and bring its video journalism to a wider audience via Reuters Connect.”
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