Independent European Daily Express is not just a news organisation publishing news reports online; our entire staff is also available as correspondents for press agencies, newspapers, broadcasters and other media, against a monthly fee.
IEDE subscribers are allowed to publish original IEDE copy via their own medium without any restrictions. Copy from other sources licensed and distributed by IEDE cannot be republished; in those cases copyright remains with the original sources.
Our Press Service is not aimed at bringing the same breaking news that major international press agencies are supplying. Instead we supply in-depth articles and reports from European countries, dealing with pan-European topics, which enables subscribers to stand out from the crowd and offer their clients more than the standard fare.
In addition, IEDE will gladly produce exclusive stories or in-depth reports about any subject at the request of subscribers, against additional payment. Please get in touch for the rates.
News organisations in other continents without their own correspondents in Europe can rely on IEDE for on-the-spot reporting about European issues.
Our output is dispatched around the clock, via e-mail, without delay.
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