Read this: NAPA boss says BBC should buy news from agencies rather than 'call centre' local newspapers | Press Gazette
Summary: The suggestion follows news from BBC head of news James Harding earlier this month that the corporation is investigating ways to buy content from local newspapers. Unlike newspapers, magazines, websites and broadcasters who are subsidised by advertising or licence fee, press agencies have to pay their own way to provide the most important stories of the day compiled to the best possible standard and more often than not with a picture package included. Our media partners on the UK national papers or magazines know that if they want a reporter on the ground anywhere in the country, they simply need to find the agency that covers that patch. - pressgazette.co.ukRead full article: NAPA boss says BBC should buy news from …
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