Global Security Newswire

 A comprehensive snapshot of the day's news on nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons, as well as terrorism and missile issues

Challenge

It was clear that there was a need for daily news coverage on the greatest threats to global security.

Action

NTI underwrote Global Security Newswire with the National Journal Group from 2001-2014.

Results

The award-winning e-daily offered in-depth coverage of nuclear, chemical and biological threats.

Noting the need for daily news coverage on the greatest threats to global security, NTI underwrote Global Security Newswire from 2001-2014. The daily news service produced independently by the National Journal Group provided a comprehensive snapshot of the day's news on nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons, as well as terrorism and missile issues.

Featured on NTI’s website, GSN filled a unique role in online news, aggregating international news stories and creating comprehensive analysis on the most pressing security issues.  For 13 years, GSN featured a quote of the day, highlighting relevant sound bites from international and U.S. officials and individuals. With more than 35,000 subscribers to its daily news blast, GSN called attention to breaking news related to nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons issues to a wide audience of policymakers, members of the media, advocates, and private citizens.

GSN articles are archived and searchable on NTI.org.

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Global Security Newswire Wins Journalism Award

The Society of Professional Journalists recognized Global Security Newswire, the independent e-daily underwritten by NTI and produced by National Journal Group, for an October 2011 article by reporter Elaine Grossman.

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