Definition of news agency in English:

news agency

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noun

An organization that collects news items and distributes them to newspapers or broadcasters.
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  • She previously worked as a reporter for a sports news agency, supplying newspapers and magazines with articles.
  • Its best example is Reuters, a news agency which it says produces the equivalent of 10,000 CDs of information every day.
  • That was denied today by the Press Association, the national news agency which covered the press conference.

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