Tanjug News Agency

Serbia

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Pobednik (Belgrade) / Filip Krainčanić / TANJUG

Croatian News Agency

Croatia

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St. Mark's Church (Zagreb) / Damir Senčar / HINA

Anadolu Ajansı

Türkiye

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Istanbul's cityscape / Şebnem Coşkun / AA

Polish Press Agency

Poland

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Sigismund's Column (Warsaw) / Leszek Szymański / PAP

Slovakian Press Agency

Slovakia

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Bratislava Castle / Pavel Neubauer / TASR

Hungarian News Agency Corp.

Hungary

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Parliament Building (Budapest) / MTI

Finnish News Agency

Finland

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Swimming (Gulf of Finland) / Martti Kainulainen/Lehtikuva / STT

The European Alliance of News Agencies (EANA)

EANA was founded on August 21, 1956 in connection with a conference on new media technology held in Strasbourg. EANA´s founding fathers were West European news agencies, Anadolu Agency (Turkey) and Tanjug (Yugoslavia). In 1970, agencies behind the so called “iron curtain” were invited to join. EANA´s predecessor Agences Alliées was founded in 1924 and was active until the World War II when the activities were discontinued. EANA serves as a forum for cooperation and exchange of information and experiences among European news agencies. EANA´s operations are financed by membership fees.

The European Alliance of News Agencies (EANA)

EANA was founded on August 21, 1956 in connection with a conference on new media technology held in Strasbourg. EANA's founding fathers were West European news agencies, Anadolu Agency (Turkey) and Tanjug (Yugoslavia). In 1970, agencies behind the so called “iron curtain” were invited to join. EANA´s predecessor Agences Alliées was founded in 1924 and was active until the World War II when the activities were discontinued. EANA serves as a forum for cooperation and exchange of information and experiences among European news agencies. EANA´s operations are financed by membership fees.

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