Share Your News Tips and Photographs with Mainstream Media
Have you witnessed a news story in your area that could interest mainstream media ? Did you capture the scene on a mobile phone or a camera ?
If yes, here are some prominent websites where you can send in those news photos and video clips:
Reuters - You can share your news photographs and videos to Reuters by sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org or upload here. Reuters is not just looking for news events, they are also very interested in offbeat news like a model falling over her huge heels on the catwalk or fans cheering inside the sports stadium.
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BBC News - You can send pictures or news video clips to BBC at email@example.com. Web cam users can directly record and send a video message to BBC editors here. Other than news images, BBC also accepts images related to both local and global issues as well as just great pictures of your daily lives.
CNN.com - You can send your news videos, audio tips and photos to CNN at firstname.lastname@example.org. Like Reuters, CNN also accepts non-news events. CNN has an excellent toolkit for amateur citizen journalists to help them quickly learn tricks of the trade - how to capture good video and photographs.
CNN IBN - This is only applicable to events and issues related to India. This popular TV channel airs a separate program featuring content that’s supplied by citizen journalists across the country. You can either upload the media files on the CNN IBN website or send your news reports via SMS and MMS messages (CJ to 2622).
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