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BusinessWire expands, helps automotive suppliers gain access to Canada media

Business Wire Gains Exclusive Access to Newsroom Editorial Systems at Some 700 Leading Media via Canadian Press ("CP"), Canada's Only National News Agency

Business Wire is benefiting from its longstanding reciprocal relationship with CCNMatthews, Canada's leading distributor of news from publicly traded companies. CCNMatthews and CP have entered into a strategic alliance, effective October 1, that creates Canada's leading provider of news releases and related news distribution services.

CP is the most recognized media brand in Canada, making it an unmatched platform to deliver your news and photos directly into newsrooms. The new arrangement is especially important for listed companies intertraded on the major North American equities exchanges.

Satisfy Simultaneous US, Canadian Disclosure and Reach Media via AP & CP

Business Wire becomes the only U.S. service provider capable of simultaneously satisfying disclosure in the United States and Canada, while also reaching major print, broadcast and online media throughout North America via the leading news agencies: The Associated Press and Canadian Press.

Turn to the industry leaders for your important Canadian news dissemination and disclosure. From city, province or regionwide coverage to trade targeting and disclosure services, Business Wire and CCNMatthews provide unmatched value and service, all with exclusive distribution via the CP network. And, Business Wire / CCNMathews have exclusive access to the authoritative Matthews Media Directories, the leading media intelligence resource in Canada.


For more information on Business Wire and Automotive Wire, please contact Stan Simek.

Source: Business Wire - GAI


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