Publishing and Integration
 


Publishing and Integration

Introduction

All stories sent to our editorial team in Wellington is reviewed against our editorial policy, published stories are tagged and formatted under the byline of the contributor. Press releases published to Scoop receive high public, business, and media visibility, as well as exposure to Government decision makers.

Scoop publishes around 1,000 news items each week. Many of these are press releases from NZ business and government sources, with editorial from Scoop, columnists and other opinion on key issues.

Press Release Publishing

Scoop's policy on the publication of press release and associated material is simple. If it's a press release issued in New Zealand, is legible, legal, sane, not hateful and not defamatory we will most probably publish it. There is no cost to submit a press release for publishing though organisations need a licence as per our terms of use.

If you would like your Press Releases published on Scoop send them to us by email to editor@scoop.co.nz.

More about Licensing

InfoPages

When press releases are published they are automatically added to an unofficial InfoPage in the name of the author organisation. This creates a news channel for that author or organisation.

InfoPages subscriptions enhance this news content, an official InfoPage adds the organisations branding and addtional context information. Adding an image (logo or photo), brief profile text, and contact links e.g. through to your website or your social media, makes the news content more useful for readers to take action - i.e. email your organisation, call, click through to a website contact page, follow on twitter, like on Facebook or call to inquire about purchase of products and services.

InfoPages Gold is the premium version of this service and also adds your logo directly to the top of all your news stories, and your InfoPages profile at the bottom of your stories.

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