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NewsWire Now (NWN) service has been launched in London and New York

NewsWire Now (NWN) service has been launched in London and New York today 12/10/2017. NWN is an international PR and News Distribution service aims at helping journalists, news outlets, companies and other bodies promote their work.

NewsWire Now (NWN) provides practical solutions for companies, organizations, businesses as well as public sector agencies to promote their Press Releases. Our client’s Press Releases will be Your story is syndicated to a wide range of news and financial and media thus they can boost their brand and objectives. NWN PR Distribution will be help you achieve online presence and convey your messages across the web.

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NWN provides you with more than 300 news, business and entertainment websites.

Pitch your story to more than 5000 UK Journalists and up to 80000 Europe/World Journalists.

Track your PR distribution. Know the numbers, know the statistics.

PR Distribution Publishing report.

Achieve Presence of your PR across UK, US and European me..

NewsWire Now (NWN) service has been launched in London and New York today 12/10/2017. NWN is an international PR and News Distribution service aims at helping journalists, news outlets, companies and other bodies promote their work.

NewsWire Now (NWN) provides practical solutions for companies, organizations, businesses as well as public sector agencies to promote their Press Releases. Our client’s Press Releases will be Your story is syndicated to a wide range of news and financial and media thus they can boost their brand and objectives. NWN PR Distribution will be help you achieve online presence and convey your messages across the web.

Features

NWN provides you with more than 300 news, business and entertainment websites.

Pitch your story to more than 5000 UK Journalists and up to 80000 Europe/World Journalists.

Track your PR distribution. Know the numbers, know the statistics.

PR Distribution Publishing report.

Achieve Presence of your PR across UK, US and European media outlets.

Up to 12 Hours PR approval. Immediate publication also available for senior clients.

FAQs about NewsWire Now

Is this effective Service?

NWN service allows you to have considerable publication of your story, product or view.

How many websites will publish my PR?

Your plan will determine the number of outlets publish your Press Release. The minimum websites that will publish your PR is 50 while the maximum may exceed 300.

Can i try the service before i subscribe?

Yes, you may publish a press release free of charge thus you can check the outcome.

How much will it cost per Press Release?

While other News Wire Services charge you $300-$500 per press release; we aim at providing competitive prices. You can only pay $90 per press release. If you choose a yearly or monthly plans the price will drop considerably.

Can Mainstream Media publish my PR?

If you wish mainstream Media to pick your PR, talk to our team to see best available package.

Can you publicize my PR to social Media?

Your PR will be syndicated to dozens of Social Media accounts related to news websites.

Will this service help my name/brand?

Certainly, our PR distribution service will make your brand seen and heard of widely.

What about Content Review?

We will review your PR to make sure your writing is sound and free of any spelling or grammar mistakes. Our review will also make sure that your PR is free of any defamation or smearing phrases etc.

News Distribution

NWN can offer tailored news distribution services to Media outlets in the UK, Europe, Latin America, Asia and the Middle East. We make sure that the key search engines will list your news stories.

Terms & Conditions

The privacy policy statement stated on this document covers the entire website owned and operated by News Wire Now (NWN). NWN is committed to protecting your privacy. Mentioned below are our information practices regarding the collection and use of information that identifies an individual, business, organization, or any other entity uniquely.

Sharing of Information

NWN operates a newswire service that distributes and broadcasts the content of press releases submitted by our registered users to various third parties. This information is limited to the text content, the graphics, and the category information of the press release. All of these are submitted by or on behalf of the originating unit. We are not responsible for personal information that is uploaded to be included in a press release intended for distribution. Sharing of such information along with a press release indicates agreement with the stated policy.

NWN has a profile section, which consists of published information submitted by or on behalf of the originating unit. All information published in this section has been unequivocally approved for distribution or broadcast by our registered users or is public knowledge.

NWN may be required to provide information to a law enforcement agency, but only as the result of a request relating to a specific legal proceeding. Users that have questions or concerns regarding this statement should contact us for further information.

Information of Account

The information collected by NWN during the account registration process is used to notify users about changes and updates to our service and to inform of changes in company policy or procedures. We firmly state that this information is not shared with any third party or organization for any purpose. If you wish to decline communication of any form from NWN, please notify us via email or through our contact numbers.

Should our privacy policy change in the future, we will post the policy changes to our website and notify you. You will have the choice of accepting or rejecting the changes.

Data Security

We make sure that industry-standard encryption techniques are used while transmitting and receiving user data. We have well established security measures in place to provide adequate protection against loss, misuse, or alteration of information that we have collected from you. Credit card information is not stored in our systems. If you feel that NWN is not adhering to its stated privacy policies, please feel free to let us know the details.

Social Media

NWN also offers social media strategy which fits your business strategy. We can help you

build up a detailed plan to realise your social media strategy. Also, help you curate, create and deploy engaging posts across all your social media platforms.

Boost your posts to reach new audiences.

Monitor and report your social media performance

Reputation Management

Our reputation management tools include a full slate of services, such as crisis response, brand preservation and strategic PR. We offer inexpensive, effective reputation management service including SEO copywriting, social media monitoring and leveraging of the company’s personal press contacts.

Mass Emails (Email Marketing)

NWN offers you targeted email marketing solutions with massive database for media and business companies. This service helps you reach out for your costumers and more wide base costumer with very targeted segmentation and clear demographics.

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Company Name: News Wire Now
Contact Person: Jack Falisi
Email: [email protected]
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://newswirenow.co.uk

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Removal of artwork showing names of murdered women, children draws anger

An artwork depicting names of Australian women and children lost to male violence has been removed from a museum, amid claims it was considered “inappropriate” and “uncomfortable”.

The Lost Petition artwork, listing almost 1000 women and children who have died since 2008, was hung in the Her Place Women’s Museum Australia in East Melbourne for only a week when it was taken down on Wednesday.

Femicide researcher Sherele Moody, who collaborated with artist Dans Bain on the artwork, said the museum had asked to exhibit it.

But when the 30m artwork was hung along the ceiling featuring the names of the murder victims, it drew a reaction.

“While Dans was hanging it, someone came up and said it was really confronting and inappropriate and shouldn’t be there,” Ms Moody said.

“She just brushed it off.

“But then yesterday the museum contacted her and said they were taking it down because it wasn’t appropriate to have it alongside the Emily’s List exhibition there at the moment.”

Ms Moody, a News Corp journalist and founder of the Red Heart Campaign, which aims to end domestic and family violence, said the decision to take it down was “infuriating”.

“Literally what they’re saying, from my perspective, is the stories of women and children lost to violence are not worthy of being seen or heard,” she said.

“These women and children are an inconvenience and inappropriate.

“The murder of women and children is too uncomfortable for them.”

Ms Moody said a museum dedicated to women was the perfect place to display the work.

But the organisation based on celebrating women had now taken down an artwork detailing the greatest social issue facing them.

Families of the victims depicted were “extremely upset” at its removal, as it was a tribute to their memory and highlighted the impact of domestic violence, Ms Moody said.

Her Place museum said the Emily’s List exhibition organisers requested the artist remove the petition from the space, where a new exhibition marking the 25th anniversary of Emily’s List – a network for progressive Labor women in politics – was installed.

“Due to the size and scale of the Lost Petition, there was no alternative space at Her Place Museum to exhibit the artwork,” the museum said.

The Her Place board would reinstall the artwork later in the year, in a move it said the artist agreed on as part of the Her Voice program of Australian Women’s activism.

“The exhibiting of The Lost Petition was at the invitation of Her Place Museum Australia. It is a powerful artwork and that power is reflected in the feedback we have received,” the museum said.

Artist Dans Bain said the decision to remove her artwork made her “uneasy”.

“The fact that this work has been censored speaks to the stigma of male violence against women and children. It is an uncomfortable reality,” she posted on Facebook on Thursday.

“This work lists almost 1000 women and children, every woman and child on the Lost Petition is a loved one and has families that love them. They are not an inconvenience.”

Emily’s List Australia said it had a long term booking at the museum, which as a new facility had competing demands for space.

“Difficult decisions need to be made about how to display significant material in a small public space, during limited run exhibits,” the organisation said.

“The removal of The Lost Petition was temporary to enable installation in a more permanent way … and to ensure other women’s history exhibits move seamlessly in and around it.

“It’s a big, bold piece of art and it deserves showcasing.”

The organisation added protecting women from gendered violence was far from complete and “we are all dedicated to this work”.

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Senator Claire Chandler unable to answer question on who is calling for ban of trans women in single sex sports

A Tasmanian senator pushing for transgender people to be excluded from women’s sport has been unable to name a single sporting organisation in the state who has called for the change.

Under a proposal introduced to parliament earlier this month, senator Claire Chandler wants the Sex Discrimination Act to be amended so it would not be unlawful for a sporting club to ban a person from a team based on their biological sex.

In a sensational grilling on ABC Radio Hobart, Senator Chandler was repeatedly asked to clarify who in particular is calling for the change.

“I’m not going to get into specifics,” she said.

When asked a further three times by host Leon Compton, the senator stood firm.

“What I will say is that I’ve been contacted by parents of girls who have realised how despondent their girls have become competing in sport, in situations where they’re competing against males and feeling like they’re not good enough to be in the game.”

“Is it possible, Claire Chandler, that this isn’t an issue at all; the fact that you can’t name a single group,” Mr Compton quipped back.

“Leon, like I said, I’m not going to get into specifics with you,” she responded.

She added she had been contacted by “sporting administrators” who have been concerned about the legal action that could be taken against them if they do exclude a transgender person from a single-sex sport.

“You look at what is happening with Leah Thomas in the United States, where this trans woman, I should say, swimmer, who’s beating her female counterparts by seven seconds in the pool. That is just madness,” Senator Chandler said.

Senator Chandler’s bill came back into the spotlight after Prime Minister Scott Morrison revealed he had encouraged her to pursue it.

“I support it, as Claire knows. I think it’s a terrific Bill and I’ve given her great encouragement,” Mr Morrison told reporters on the hustings in Tasmania.

“Claire is a champion for women’s sport and I think she’s been right to raise these issues in the way that she has. Well done, Claire.”

But it remains to be seen if Mr Morrison’s backing will translate into broader support.

To have the bill introduced to the upper house, Senator Chandler had to do so as a private members bill, meaning she did not have support of the wider cabinet to put it on the agenda.

“If it was such a great bill, why isn‘t it endorsed by the cabinet?” Mr Compton pressed repeatedly.

“I’ve had a number of conversations with the Prime Minister obviously and with my colleagues about this issue. And look, if it’s something that the cabinet wants to consider, then that is obviously a matter for them,” Senator Chandler retorted.

With only three days left in the parliamentary sitting calendar, it is unlikely the Bill will pass, or even make it to the lower house, before the election.

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Liberal MP Bridget Archer told Scott Morrison would decide if she could attend Grace Tame speech

Child sex abuse survivor and Liberal MP Bridget Archer was told the decision on whether or not she could attend a speech by Grace Tame and Brittany Higgins was “up to the Prime Minister.”

The confusion was blamed last night on a communication breakdown between the Whip’s office and the Prime Minister’s office.

The PMO insists it instructed the whips this morning to seek pairs from Labor for those Government MPs wanting to attend Wednesday’s National Press Club address.

That didn’t happen with Ms Archer told at 3pm it was “up to the PM” before she was finally told she could go after 7pm when news.com.au contacted the PMO.

In a major speech to be delivered at the national press club on Wednesday, the former Australian of the Year will speak out on tackling child sex abuse in Australia.

Tasmanian MP Bridget Archer secured a last-minute ticket to the sold out event on Tuesday, but her request to attend the event was not immediately granted.

Liberal colleagues claim she was told by party whip Bert Van Manem that it was “up to the PM.”

Despite Labor’s offer to allow her to leave Parliament despite the tight numbers on the floor of the House of Representatives, confusion reigned about whether she could attend.

After news.com.au contacted the Prime Minister’s office at 7:05 pm on Tuesday night, Ms Archer’s office then got a call 5 minutes later confirming she was cleared to attend.

The outspoken MP earlier declared she planned to cross the floor and vote against the Morrison Government’s religious freedom laws because they were in breach of Tasmanian anti-discrimination laws.

She told Parliament she was “horrified” that proposed amendments excluded children that identified as transgender.

“After so much progress how did we get back to a place where we ignore the harm we place on children when we tell them they are ‘other’, ‘less than’ and do not deserve rights and protections afforded to others – I fear it may risk lives,” Ms Archer said.

Labor’s manager of government business Tony Burke took to Twitter on Tuesday to insist there was no barrier from Labor MPs on Ms Archer or other MPs attending.

“If requests come in for the Press Club we will accommodate the same as we did for March4Justice,’’ he said.

“The government’s claim that we are meant to offer pairs that they haven’t requested is weird. And wrong.”

Last year, Ms Archer told news.com.au she burst into tears after she was taken to the Prime Minister’s office to discuss her decision to cross the floor on another matter despite repeatedly telling his staff she wanted to delay the discussion.

While Scott Morrison described the talks as “friendly”, Ms Archer said she was ambushed by the meeting and had earlier asked to delay it.

“I didn’t feel like I was being marched to the principal’s office. I just felt a little disappointed that it happened when I had expressed to the Prime Minister’s office that I would have preferred, that my preference was not at that time,” she told news.com.au.

“And I had said in the text messages to the Prime Minister’s office that I didn’t want to have the meeting, before the meeting.

“They sent me a message saying he wanted to see me at 12.15pm. I said I am not ready. I need a break.

“It was a big thing. It was just the emotion of the moment.”

Ms Archer is a child sexual assault survivor who voted with independent MP Helen Haines to suspend standing orders to establish an anti-corruption commission.

“I have found this year incredibly difficult, personally because of my own history as a child sexual abuse survivor,” she said.

“It has been difficult for me to sit with discipline in unity with all this going on around me and it has hurt me. It has hurt me.

“But I am not weak. I’m telling you that I don’t think that some of these things are the right way forward.

“That language being used yesterday about drones and warm bodies. That’s what I said to him. That I am not a drone.”

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