The Graphic News Service - OptionsGraphic News offers media publishers stimulating and dynamic visual content to engage readers.
Topical graphics of broad international interest -- Current affairs, sport, science and technology, entertainment, motoring, motorsport
A TRADITIONAL SUBSCRIPTION
-- designed when print was the only option -- includes:
A MULTIMEDIA SUBSCRIPTION
- Traditional graphics created in Adobe Illustrator. These may be published as supplied, modified, translated or edited, or graphic elements used separately, subject to the terms available at www.graphicnews.com/terms. Graphics are supplied in English, Arabic, Dutch, German, Portuguese and Spanish but may be translated easily into other languages.
- Unlimited online access to both new daily graphics and the archive: The Archive contains over 32,000 graphics, every graphic since the service started in 1991. This is an invaluable resource to enable a graphics department respond rapidly to editorial needs. The archive includes the World Map, Flag and Logo collections.
- Alerts: Editors can receive alerts about new graphics directly by email (most popular with editors), rss feeds or via twitter (@gngraphicnews). These give visuals and descriptions and are released every time a new graphic is made available.
-- designed for publishers that have joined the digital revolution -- includes (in addition to the features offered in a traditional subscription):
Available by subscription to give the best value for news media publishers
- Interactive iGraphics:
- Cross-platform compatible (web, tablet, mobile or other editions) as constructed in HTML5
- Re-sizable, modifiable (with Adobe Edge Animate), editable/translatable (with no specialist software or expertise)
- Stable Text appearance independent of system or browser
- Sportlive: Interactive iGraphics with live results and statistics -- Soccer, F1, Cycling. There are tournament guides available in advance of sports events, as well as trackers with live results and statistics that update automatically during each event. Available in web and mobile designs so enthusiasts can keep track even when on the move
- Embed Option: For the convenience of web editors, graphics can be published by embedding a small piece of cut-and-paste code (iframe) onto a web page. This is fast and avoids compatibility issues, and makes sure the latest update of a graphic is always shown
- Content Management Systems (CMS) Feeds: These are available via FTP so editors can see what graphics are available via their in-house CMS. This is particularly important with multimedia newsrooms that source content for each platform independently.
- Group License: A license is given for all publications in the group. This encourages sharing of content across titles and is particularly important if content is visible via the CMS.