Reuters, a Thomas Reuters’ division that caters to the news & media industry, is one among the largest multimedia news providers at the international level. The daily outreach of this firm is reported to be over a billion, for which, above 3000 journalists serve across around 200 locations worldwide. Reuters follow an unparalleled access to news events and Newsmakers with stories described in a unique manner, ranging from red carpet to war zones and others. It covers a myriad of topics, comprising of national and international news related to financial, business and other aspects. Reuters has sustained its reputation for more than 160 years with the impact, accuracy and speed of its news, offering a forward-looking analysis, incisive commentary and exclusives.
The news agency was established in October, 1851 by Paul Julius Reuter in Britain and turned out into one among the leading global Newswire services. A former bank clerk, Paul started working in Berlin at a book-publishing firm, where he was involved in the distribution of radical pamphlets at the start of Revolutions of 1848. This work is known to attract official scrutiny to Reuters, while Paul moved to Paris in the latter part of the year and took up the job of a translator for a short-term. He started a prototype news service, which comprised of the use of electric telegraphy along with carrier pigeons, to spread within his network. Followed by this, he launched the Telegram company of Reuters when he moved to England after 2 years with headquarters in London, covering commercial news initially.