PR Newswire, a premier global provider of media monitoring platforms and news distribution services, has recently entered into a strategic online content partnership with AsiaOne, a leading digital content site from Singapore Press Holdings that focuses on trending topics within Asia. This cooperation further expands PR Newswire’s extensive syndication network, allowing organizations that count Singapore as one of their key markets to reach a wider range of consumers and journalists. Press releases from PR Newswire will be syndicated on AsiaOne’s business page, providing readers with industry-specific news.
“Singapore has positioned itself as a regional hub for businesses who want to boost their presence in Asia. This new content partnership with AsiaOne, coupled with our strong local team and extensive distribution network, gives our customers access to a wider media coverage to help them actively engage their key audiences in the region with their stories,” said Royce Shih, Vice President of Sales and Marketing of PR Newswire in Asia-Pacific.
Editor at AsiaOne, Karen Lim, said, “AsiaOne has always served a community of both young and mature working professionals who are looking out for relevant business or employment news. With this partnership, we hope to expand our base to a wider audience who want to keep themselves updated on industry-specific news within Asia.”
PR Newswire offers a robust and comprehensive media distribution network that spans across more than 170 countries in over 40 languages, covering more than 300,000 media outlets. Currently, in Asia-Pacific alone, PR Newswire’s distribution network reaches more than 84,000 journalists and editors, covering more than 29,000 media outlets, 15,000 websites, databases and online services. Its key media and website partners in Asia-Pacific include Yahoo! Finance, United Daily News (Taiwan), ET Net (Hong Kong), Daily Express (Malaysia), Journal Online (Philippines) and Waspada (Indonesia). PR Newswire has also forged strategic exclusive partnerships with notable news agencies such as Kyodo News (Japan), Yonhap News Agency (South Korea), Australian Associated Press and InfoQuest (Thailand).