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wire service:

see news agencynews agency,
local, national, international, or technical organization that gathers and distributes news, usually for newspapers, periodicals, and broadcasters. Evolution of News Agencies
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This blockchain-based wire service would speed up the process of a newswire service while also making it cheaper to run as no data will be lost.
According to the company, it has designed this brand new global wire service to send money to 200 countries with a consistently low fee.
The wire service said it ended the year with $50.6 million in cash on hand, down from $61.6 million in 2014.
Order gathering has become so profitable, in fact, that the old wire services have themselves gotten into the act.
But no one entity--be it a wire service or a news organization--can possibly track what's appearing in all papers, large and small, blogs, magazines and Web sites.
Here's why: Wire service copy has become a commodity that is sent around the globe via the Internet at blistering speed.
The court granted summary judgment in favor of the republishers (12) based on a "powerful, but often neglected libel defense" called the "wire service defense." (13) This defense allows the media to republish news without liability for defamation if the information passed over a news wire and the subsequent publisher did not know or have reason to know that the material was defamatory.
Q: How did you see your role when you were a wire service reporter?
Agency for International Development (USAID) in Haiti, told the wire service that "an estimated 10 to 20 million [trees] are cut down each year."
She was also interviewed about vegetarian babies by Child magazine and about vegetarian children by the Tuscaloosa News, an article released through the New York Times Wire Service. Prevention Magazine interviewed her for a story on healthy vegetarian diets, and the Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville, FL) interviewed her about the eating habits of 20-somethings and trends in healthy foods.
He informed the conference's attendees about "eAP," or "the electronic AP," which will give subscribers access to "an interactive database and news network," the wire service reported.
The study was recently profiled on the Reuters Health news wire service and presented at the 32nd annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in Orlando, Fla.