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Catalan News Agency

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Catalan News Agency
IndustryNews agency
Founded1999; 23 years ago (1999)
HeadquartersBarcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Key people
Marc Colomer director
Number of employees
ParentIntracatalònia (Government of Catalonia)

The Catalan News Agency (CNA, in Catalan: Agència Catalana de Notícies (ACN)) is a news agency owned by the Catalan government via the public corporation Intracatalònia, SA. It is one of the first digital news agencies created in Europe and has been operating since 1999. It is a pioneer in the use of Information technology, remote work and decentralised organisation applied to a virtual journalistic environment.

The CNA (headquartered in Barcelona) currently employs over 80 professionals and has branches in Berlin, Brussels, London, Madrid, New York City and Paris. Furthermore, it shares information with other state-owned agencies and is a member of ANSAmed, the group of Mediterranean agencies. The CNA offers its informative contents in text, photographic, video and audio formats to over 250 different subscribers, such as television channels, radio channels, the press, the digital press, institutions and businesses. 70% of Intracatalònia, SA is owned by the Catalan government, with the Corporació Catalana de Mitjans Audiovisuals as a minority shareholder, which is also owned by the Catalan government.

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  • Catalan TV news: UVic Sí-Sí work and study grants


UVic offers grants that make studying a degree compatible with an internship in an enterprise Now students can get workplace experience starting in their first academic year Carla is a UVic student of Technology and Food Management She has a "Sí-Sí" work and study grant in a scheme that UVic set up in Sep1ember So she can study for her degree course while in paid employment in the sector From Day 1 of her studies she is working too, in areas of her possible future professional career Students undertake to pass at least four subjects and to work responsibly at their enterprise They put into practice knowledge from their classes right from the start and all through their studies I get professional experience, I improve my CV, and the grant helps me pay for my studies These grants are beneficial for the enterprises taking part too Noel Alimentària, where Carla is working, was the first enterprise to join the scheme They help students specialise at the enterprise so as graduates they will already know it well first-hand If a grant student goes on to become an employee the results are usually better They have prior experience in the company unlike externally selected candidates Various Catalan companies in different sectors have signed up to this scheme UVic now offers these grants to students on six degree courses at the Polytechnic School In the future the scheme may be extended to other degree courses


  • Boyd-Barrett, Oliver, ed. (2010). News Agencies in the Turbulent Era of the Internet. Generalitat of Catalonia, Department of the Presidency. ISBN 978-84-393-8303-1.

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