Reuters teams up with TIMA to provide news support

Tim Santhouse

Tim Santhouse

Global news agency Reuters has partnered with global content provider TIMA to offer studio facilities, editorial and logistical support.

The new service (‘Reuters-TIMA Location Services’) combines Reuters editorial content with TIMA’s technology, and was created in response to the increased demand for live content – combining invaluable local knowledge with strategically placed broadcast and satellite resources in regional hubs.

“Reuters-TIMA Location Services will support broadcasters and online publishers with editorial, technical and infrastructure support on location,” says Tim Santhouse, Reuters Global Head of Video Products. “Our service will enable our customers to focus on what they’re good at – telling their story to their audience – while the entire operational side, including technical and local knowledge, is taken care off.”


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