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CNA and EWTN launch joint news service
CNA and EWTN launch joint news service

.- Catholic News Agency is pleased to announce it has entered into an agreement with the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN). The new cooperation involves the sharing of news and resources to bring readers more Catholic news from around the world.

The new venture will be evident on both CNA's website and in the launch of a news website for EWTN, which can be found at www.ewtnnews.com.
  
President and CEO of EWTN, Michael Warsaw remarked that the “new arrangement” will “greatly expand the news content available on our website ” and “will provide a tremendous service to our global audience.”

“When EWTN first launched our online service in 1996,” he recalled, “the Network was a pioneer in the use of the world wide web to deliver Catholic news and information.  This new project with CNA continues that history of using every means of technology to share the faith with people around the globe. “

Warsaw added that CNA has been providing news stories to EWTN for years, and for that their readers have “always been grateful.”  He explained that the “new collaboration allows us to greatly expand that effort,” and gives each organization an avenue to use its strengths to provide high quality, accurate reporting on matters of interest to the Catholic community and beyond.

“I believe this is an important step forward for EWTN, CNA and for the delivery of Catholic news around the globe,” Warsaw said.


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