Norwegian News Agency
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Norwegian News Agency
Norsk Telegrambyrå AS
Private
IndustryNews agency
Founded1867
HeadquartersOslo, Norway
Area served
Norway
Key people
Mads Yngve Storvik (CEO and Editor-in-chief)
Jon Espen Lohne (Chairman)
RevenueNOK 222.3 million (2014)
Number of employees
136 (2014)
Websitewww.ntb.no

The Norwegian News Agency (Norwegian: Norsk Telegrambyrå; abbreviated NTB) is a Norwegian press agency and wire service that serves most of the largest Norwegian media outlets. The agency is located in Oslo and has bureaus in Brussels in Belgium and Tromsø in northern Norway. NTB operates 24 hours a day, with the night service handled from a bureau in Sydney, Australia since 2015. The photo agency Scanpix is a wholly owned subsidiary of NTB.

History and profile

NTB was founded in 1867.[1] It is closely held by large media corporations, including Edda Media (26.1%), Schibsted (20.6%), A-Pressen (20.5%), the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (10.5%), Adresseavisen (7.8%), a few smaller newspapers, TV 2 and P4. 0.5% is owned by the agency's employees.

The agency has three main news services, covering domestic news, international news, and sports. It also provides special services within news graphics, video, culture, entertainment, feature, etc. Approximately 136 staff are employed by the agency. Pål Bjerketvedt is the editor-in-chief and managing director; Ole Kristian Bjellaanes is the executive editor.

References

  1. ^ "Media in Norway" (Guideline). Regjeringen.no. 31 August 1996. Retrieved 2014.

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