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Reuters sports media agency Action Images adds the International Judo Federation to growing roster of sports league partnerships

Reuters today announced that its sports media agency Action Images has partnered with the International Judo Federation (IJF), adding to a growing number of sports league partners signed since the agency expanded nine months ago. The IJF will begin using Action Images services to distribute judo-focused content on the Reuters Connect platform, further expanding the premium sports content offering available to Reuters customers.

Reuters Connect: Introducing the Productivity Suite

This is a testing time for news organisations. The industry is being challenged by new competition, changing habits and the disruption of revenue models. Our businesses are facing unprecedented levels of scrutiny and pressure, individually and collectively.

Reuters-NABJ scholarships at New York University and Columbia University awarded to Jarrell Dillard and Chinekwu Osakwe

Reuters announced today the winners of two Reuters-National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) scholarships, awarded to Jarrell Dillard and Chinekwu Osakwe for graduate journalism programs at New York University and Columbia University, respectively. Each student will receive a value of more than $40,000 in tuition and credits for the 2019-2020 academic year funded by Reuters and the universities.

Reuters names new regional and global editors

Today Reuters announced a series of appointments to its editorial team. Global Managing Editor, News Planning and Creation, Alessandra Galloni and Global Managing Editor, Newsroom, Simon Robinson announced the new roles: Paritosh Bansal is named Finance and Markets Editor; Mark Bendeich is named Europe News Editor; Kieran Murray is named U.S./Canada News Editor; and Simon Webb is named Commodities and Energy Editor.

Reuters series ‘Ambushed at Home’ wins National Press Club Award

The Reuters investigative series, ‘Ambushed at Home’ has been named the winner of a National Press Club Award in the Consumer Journalism—Newspapers category. This is the second consecutive year Reuters has won in the category, last year being recognized for the series ‘Lead’s Hidden Toll.’

Michael Young named Chief Technology Officer for Reuters

Reuters announced today that it has named Michael Young chief technology officer, effective August 6 and based in New York. As CTO of Reuters, Young will oversee overarching technology strategy, including technology development, architecture, platforms, testing and operational resiliency. He will report to Michael Friedenberg, president of Reuters, and is a member of the Reuters executive team.

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