FALLS CHURCH, VA. (October 10, 2011) — NewsUSA announced today that it has entered into a distribution agreement with The Associated Press beginning Oct. 12, 2011.
AP’s content distribution service transmits copy from various third-party information sources directly into the editorial production system of its member newspapers. Included in the new distribution agreement are more than 1,300 AP newspaper outlets in the U.S. This gives NewsUSA a unique distribution channel in addition to its already extensive network of outreach to newspaper editors and webmasters.
NewsUSA is a leader in providing copyright-free content placements for clients throughout multiple channels, including print, social media and radio. As the foremost source for syndicated consumer-oriented news features, NewsUSA sees the agreement as a monumental step forward.
“We are pleased to have entered into this agreement with AP,” said NewsUSA CEO Rick Smith. “These additional media outlets will provide broader distribution and greater access to NewsUSA content across the U.S.”
For more information, contact Rick Smith at 703-462-2700 or email him @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
NewsUSA was founded in 1987 to offer a content-driven and cost-effective complement to traditional media advertising campaigns. NewsUSA has provided media placements to more than 5,000 clients in a variety of fields, including consumer products, public relations, nonprofit, government, health care, automotive, and health and beauty. Thanks to its long-standing relationships with more than 16,000 media outlets, NewsUSA has successfully delivered more than 5 million online, print and radio placements and billions of dollars in earned media. To learn more about NewsUSA, visit http://www.newsusa.com/.