Content from the Indian partner will be available to other TV BRICS network partners in BRICS languages
TV BRICS and one of India's biggest news agencies, IANS, have launched a content exchange. IANS (Indo-Asian News Service) is a private Indian news agency founded in 1986. The agency is headquartered in Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
IANS' client list includes India's major print media, leading TV news channels, websites, mobile phone operators, ministries and departments of central and state governments, Indian missions abroad, corporations and government institutions.
IANS has more than 150 correspondents in India, broadcasting news from offices in New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Lucknow and Chennai as well as in all Indian state capitals. The agency publishes more than 350 news items a day. IANS has one of the largest networks of foreign correspondents, reporting news of key events from Washington, London, Johannesburg, Dubai, Islamabad, Kathmandu, Dhaka, Colombo, Singapore and Sydney.
TV BRICS regularly publishes IANS news items on the social, cultural, economic life of India. For its part, IANS hosts TV BRICS stories on its resources.
"We have made a lot of partnerships with the participants, businessmen and government officials that came in to strengthen the ties and partnerships between our companies. And Cameroon, which is our country, and Africa at large. We know the relationships that have been established between Russia and African countries, Russia and BRIC countries, it make us really sure that something new will come up in Africa, something new in the era of development."