Internet Financial Network's InfoGate to Carry Additional News and Business Services

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Internet Financial Network's InfoGate to Carry Additional News and Business Services


In three separate announcements, Internet Financial Networks, Inc. (IFN) said that it has made agreements with other companies to offer more services on InfoGate, its new Internet content platform. The new offerings include AP News Services from the Associated Press (AP), COMLINE Business News from COMLINE Business Data, Inc., and subscription services from Phillips Business Information, Inc. (PBI).

Associated Press News Services

News content will be available from AP Online, Kyodo World Service, Canadian Press, CEO Wire, and WorldSources Online. The Associated Press is the world's oldest and largest newsgathering organization.

AP Online includes over 600 up-to-the-minute stories a day. Compiled from the AP's national and international wires, topics range from Wall Street, corporate business, and politics to sports, entertainment, and news analysis. Kyodo World Service provides up-to-the-minute coverage of financial, economic, political, and general developments from Japan and the Pacific Rim. The Canadian Press, a national news cooperative owned and financed by Canada's daily newspapers, covers stories from business and the arts to politics and breaking news. The AP CEO Wire taps into the minds of influential business leaders. Monday through Friday, the service delivers text from exclusive broadcast interviews with CEOs from companies such as AETNA, IBM, and US West within 2 hours of the broadcast. WorldSources Online is designed to monitor business, financial, cultural, political, and technological developments in Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.

"We are very happy to have AP provide InfoGate customers the ability to draw from AP's strong selection of high-profile business information services," said Cliff Boro, chief executive officer of IFN. "We believe InfoGate will be an excellent platform for delivering critical and timely content from the world's largest news provider. Like all services on InfoGate, AP Subscribers now using other content platforms can add InfoGate for a very small incremental cost."

COMLINE Business News

COMLINE delivers daily news and information from 35 publications spanning all of east Asia, including Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and India. …

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