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'''The Conservative News Agency of New York (CNA-NY)''' is a non-profit organization. It operates as a cooperative, unincorporated association. CNA-NY is run and managed by its contributing journalists in the United States, Canada, Europe and the Middle East.<ref>Reference retrieved Dec 5th 2016 [http://www.everipedia.com/cna-ny/]</ref> Until 2016 CNA-NY was a cooperation partner of the [[Cyprus News Agency]] network.
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'''The Conservative News Agency of New York (CNA-NY)''' is a non-profit organization. It operates as a cooperative, [[unincorporated association]]. CNA-NY is run and managed by its contributing [[journalists]] in the [[United States]], [[Canada]], [[Europe]] and the [[Middle East]], with a focus on third world issues in its early phase.<ref>Yadava, J.S. (1984): Politics of News: Third World Perspective. Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi.</ref> Until 2016 CNA-NY was a cooperation partner of the [[Cyprus News Agency]] network.
   
= History and development =
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== History and development ==
CNA-NY is a not-for-profit news cooperative formed in 2007 by a group of investigative journalists to pool their strengths and to share information gathered individually. Since its foundation the Conservative News Agency of New York has grown steadily and opened a second office for international relations in 2012. The agency's core competence is the investigative research for newspapers and other news providers.<ref>K. M. Shrivastava (2007): News Agencies from Pigeon to Internet. Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd.</ref>
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CNA-NY is a not-for-profit news cooperative founded in its current form in 2007 by a group of [[investigative journalists]] to pool their strengths and to share information gathered individually. Its predecessor organization "The Journalist's Club of New York" existed from 1977 until 2007 as a network of journalist reporting from and about developing countries.<ref>Yadava, J.S. (1984): Politics of News: Third World Perspective. Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi.</ref> Since its foundation the Conservative News Agency of New York has grown steadily and opened a second office for international relations in 2012. The agency's core competence is the investigative research for [[newspaper]]s and other news providers.<ref>K. M. Shrivastava (2007): News Agencies from Pigeon to Internet. Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd.</ref>
   
= Political views =
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== Political views ==
CNA-NY defines itself as a conservative association. However, the agency has ever since been showing a moderate approach towards socio-political topics.<ref>Barbara Czarniawska-Joerges (2011): Cyberfactories: How News Agencies Produce News. Edward Elgar Publishing.</ref> The currently acting president of CNA-NY, Harold Weinman, is said to be a right-wing republican, his deputy, Timothy Miller, is known to have been a silent but very active supporter of Hillary Clinton.
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CNA-NY defines itself as a conservative association. However, the agency has ever since been showing a moderate approach towards [[socio-political]] topics.<ref>Barbara Czarniawska-Joerges (2011): Cyberfactories: How News Agencies Produce News. Edward Elgar Publishing.</ref> The currently acting president of CNA-NY, Harold Weinman, is said to be a right-wing republican, his deputy, Timothy Miller, is known to have been a silent but very active supporter of [[Hillary Clinton]].
   
 
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Latest revision as of 00:40, 11 December 2016

The Conservative News Agency of New York (CNA-NY) is a non-profit organization. It operates as a cooperative, unincorporated association. CNA-NY is run and managed by its contributing journalists in the United States, Canada, Europe and the Middle East, with a focus on third world issues in its early phase.[1] Until 2016 CNA-NY was a cooperation partner of the Cyprus News Agency network.

History and development[edit]

CNA-NY is a not-for-profit news cooperative founded in its current form in 2007 by a group of investigative journalists to pool their strengths and to share information gathered individually. Its predecessor organization "The Journalist's Club of New York" existed from 1977 until 2007 as a network of journalist reporting from and about developing countries.[2] Since its foundation the Conservative News Agency of New York has grown steadily and opened a second office for international relations in 2012. The agency's core competence is the investigative research for newspapers and other news providers.[3]

Political views[edit]

CNA-NY defines itself as a conservative association. However, the agency has ever since been showing a moderate approach towards socio-political topics.[4] The currently acting president of CNA-NY, Harold Weinman, is said to be a right-wing republican, his deputy, Timothy Miller, is known to have been a silent but very active supporter of Hillary Clinton.

References[edit]

  1. Jump up ^ Yadava, J.S. (1984): Politics of News: Third World Perspective. Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi.
  2. Jump up ^ Yadava, J.S. (1984): Politics of News: Third World Perspective. Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi.
  3. Jump up ^ K. M. Shrivastava (2007): News Agencies from Pigeon to Internet. Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
  4. Jump up ^ Barbara Czarniawska-Joerges (2011): Cyberfactories: How News Agencies Produce News. Edward Elgar Publishing.
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