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Reuters wins journalism awards from Foreign Press Association and American Association for the Advancement of Science

Reuters reporter Kate Kelland was honoured at the Foreign Press Association Media Awards this week for her story “Cancer agency left in the dark over glyphosate evidence” (https://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/glyphosate-cancer-data). Kelland’s investigation, which examined the links between a common weedkiller and cancer, won the Science Story of the Year award at the ceremony in London on Monday. It revealed that, while the World Health Organization's cancer agency says RoundUp i

Reuters and NAMLE host Media Literacy Week Kick-off event

To kick off U.S. Media Literacy Week, on November 6 Reuters and the National Association of Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) brought together journalists, educators and students to discuss journalism and the importance of media literacy.  The day-long conference sparked lively conversations on trust in media, conspiracy theories, investigative journalism and how to facilitate productive conversations on media in the classroom.

Reuters TV now available on Fire TV

Starting today, Reuters TV is available on Fire TV devices. The launch on Fire TV is another step in Reuters ongoing effort to meet our users on all the platforms they use. This launch adds to Reuters TV’s presence on Amazon Echo, Amazon Echo Show, Roku, Apple TV, Android and iOS devices and on the Web at Reuters.tv.

Reuters unveils new section, "North Korea In Focus"

Reuters today unveiled a dedicated section on Reuters.com called "North Korea In Focus" to allow readers deep insight into the so-called Hermit Kingdom and better understand the global ramifications of a critical situation. The compelling new section which features deep reporting, photo galleries, video stories and immersive interactive graphics, cuts through the rhetoric and confusion to provide a comprehensive understanding of a crisis with international consequences.