As web experts and former journalists, we’re very keen on helping you get the best possible online source material for your stories as swiftly and easily as possible. We understand what it means to be under constant pressure to deliver quality work. This is precisely why we started this News Exchange Site, a free and convenient online service for journalists and opinion-leaders that encourages the sharing of relevant press information, images, video clips and more.
We encourage a closer collaboration between companies and journalists – the ultimate news exchange, if you will. So far, we’ve attracted thousands of journalists and editorial desks. Here’s what a few of them told us.
”As a cultural blogger, we frequently get tips through Mynewsdesk – plus we gain free access to photos we can use.”
”Mynewsdesk brings together a diverse range of independent company news flows, providing a good overview of what’s happening in my areas of interest. In the past, I spent hours sifting through press releases to feed my journalists with interesting story ideas. Now, I get this same level of inspiration in just a few emails – a huge time-saver!”
”As the editor of a medical news site, I’m constantly on the lookout for relevant stories. I appreciate the daily news digest I get from Mynewsdesk. There’s often an interesting story or two. I also like being able to go into company news rooms, find contact information and – very importantly – approved images I can use directly on my site.”
”I get bombarded with 500 press releases a day, most of them worthless. Many are on topics that don’t interest me at all. What I like about Mynewsdesk is that you choose what interests you. It’s not an old-style bulk distribution outfit, but rather a time-saving service – and I’ve occasionally used their stories.”
”Ultimately, it’s our job as journalists to make sense of the news and decide what press releases are worth using. But it certainly helps to have a service like Mynewsdesk that’s making company information more easily available and sorting it by topics of interest.”