News Service

News service may refer to:

  • News agency
  • Usenet service provider

Other articles related to "news service, news, news services, service, new":

WISH-TV - News Operation - News/station Presentation - Station Slogans
... Indiana's Own" campaign) "Indiana's Only 24-Hour Television News Service" (1990) "Indiana's Only 24-Hour News Service" (1990–1991) "Central Indiana's Only 24-Hour News Service" (1991–1997 ...
News Ratings In Australia - History
... Throughout the early to mid 1980's, Ten Eyewitness News, Network Ten's newscast was the leader in news in the markets of Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, mainly because it was ... Also because their news service went for 1 whole hour ... National Nine News, Seven National News, ABC News and World News Tonight, all lagged behind ...
Street News Service
... Street News Service (SNS) is a news agency for street newspapers run by the International Network of Street Papers (INSP) ... It carries articles, essays and news from newspapers sold and sometimes written by homeless and poor people ... Mainstream news services Thomson Reuters and Inter Press Service support SNS with photos and training ...
Timeline Of The BBC - 1990s
5 September – New BBC building at White City opens. 16 ... January – Radio 4 News FM starts Gulf War broadcasts on BBC Radio 4 FM frequencies. 16 February – BBC One and BBC Two receive new idents generated from laserdisc, BBC One with a '1' encased in a swirling globe, and BBC Two with eleven idents based around the numeral '2' ...

Famous quotes containing the words service and/or news:

    The man of large and conspicuous public service in civil life must be content without the Presidency. Still more, the availability of a popular man in a doubtful State will secure him the prize in a close contest against the first statesman of the country whose State is safe.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

    The newspapers, especially those in the East, are amazingly superficial and ... a large number of news gatherers are either cynics at heart or are following the orders and the policies of the owners of their papers.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)