IANS, iVision tie up on news for print, TV

NEW DELHI: Indo-Asian News Service (IANS) and iVision News, a New Delhi-based television content provider, have come together with the aim of establishing a news agency of international standards for TV, print and other media.

"The aim is to create a world-class media organisation that will not only report India in all its aspects for the domestic media, both print and television, but also be able to tell a global audience the 'India story' that is of growing international interest," says a press release from IANS India Pvt Ltd.

IANS is run by media professionals who have made a name for themselves in journalism and came together with a shared vision of a news service with strengths in researched and quality writing, balanced reportage and a uniquely Indian and South Asian perspective.

iVision has in a short span of time set up a national network in television reporting, backed by state-of-the-art technology. iVision is promoted by a team of professionals and is backed by the iLabs Group, led by Srini Raju, who has piloted many IT ventures.

"The IANS-iVision team will be a composite content provider for print, television and other media. With its highly talented team, it will be a one-stop source of print and television 'software' - be it for newspapers, magazines, channels or even non-media customers who are looking for value-added information services on India, South Asia and the Indian diaspora," the release said.


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