See beyond the headlines with Graphic News

Graphic News’ infographics give a concise and visual presentation of topical news stories of worldwide interest - current affairs, sport, business, science and technology, motoring, entertainment, what is happening, where, when and why - in a unique genre of visual storytelling.

People interested in world news and sport can enjoy the insight infographics provide.

Publishers looking for content can use Graphic News’ stories and graphics:

  • Designed for both print and digital, including mobile.
  • Easy to use. Can be downloaded, or published using a simple cut-and-paste embed code
  • Modifiable, editable and translatable.
  • Real-time notifications: E-alerts, Twitter @gngraphicnews, app for mobile users, newsroom FTP feeds
  • Archive of graphics going back to 1991: Reusable artwork and information on a wealth of subjects

Graphic News is a specialist independent news agency based in London, that since 1991 has produced a service for news media publishers

Graphic News ... graphics of the highest quality to inspire your readers, meeting news deadlines at a price media publishers can afford

Publisher - Media or Corporate

  • Pay a fair and affordable monthly fee
  • Give all your staff access without worrying about budgets
  • Integrate with your CMS
  • The best deal for publishers that use graphics regularly

Single graphic or package deals

  • Prices depend on type and age of graphic
  • Discounts for multi-buys, packages and regular users

Membership

  • Download graphics available as jpg files
  • For personal use or teaching
  • Publish on a personal blog or website
  • Enjoy Sportlive apps and other premium content

Just looking?

  • Register as a Visitor - Free!
  • Receive e-alerts of new graphics and special offers

Contact Us

  • Interested in something else?
  • Questions or suggestions?

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



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