Features - Graphic News Service

Look behind the headlines with Graphic News

Graphic News’ infographics give a concise and visual explanation of topical news stories... what is happening, where, when and why... for both media publishers and anybody else interested in world news

  • World News and Sport: Current Affairs, Business, Science & Technology, Motoring, Entertainment, Sport, Motorsport...

  • Sportlive Advance coverage plus Sportlive – dynamic interactives (apps) with tournament guides and up-to-the-minute live results and statistics that update automatically

  • For print and digital publishers: Traditional static graphics produced in Adobe Illustrator and responsive graphics produced in Adobe Edge Animate (interactives, HTML) and Adobe Illustrator (AI2HTML) ... to meet news deadlines at a price media publishers can afford

  • Ready to publish and easy to use: Available in alternative languages ... English, Arabic, Dutch, German, Portuguese and Spanish... alternative formats.. with embed code for interactives and responsives.. with alerts for editors and content managements system feeds

  • A resource to create your own graphics: The archive contains all graphics produced since 1991, with collections such as maps, logos, flags, artwork, caricatures. All graphics are editable, translatable and modifiable to complement your own style or story, with drawn elements that can be re-used separately in your own graphics, whether for print, digital or TV.
In the competitive media market of today where many players cover the same stories with near identical words and pictures, infographics can help you stand out from your rivals and provide a modern, lively and interesting approach to engage your readers.

Graphic News... Graphics of the highest quality to inspire and give insight

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21 days to go until NEW GRAPHIC NEWS - a new website for a new era.

28 years ago — April 2, 1991 — the original Graphic News launched using a precursor to today’s websites that used email technology. These enabled infographics to be delivered electronically around the world over telephone lines. What was possible was very limited - It took 10 minutes for a 100K file to download.

Since then delivery speeds and website technology have moved on. The new website will offer the best online experience possible now, adding many new features (and offering new opportunities for the future), but still enabling existing users to select and download infographics and enjoy the distinct brand of visual journalism that is Graphic News.


Over the coming days I will give further information. Please contact me if you have any questions. Fiona Roberts, froberts @ graphicnews.com



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