ITN


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ITN

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Broadcasting) Independent Television News
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blinkx, one of the world's largest video search engine, has announced that, under the terms of an existing partnership with ITN, one of the world's leading news and multimedia content companies, blinkx-powered advertising is appearing on the Express Group's leading UK national newspaper and magazine websites.
ITN is an all-Iraqi consortium of tribally-owned trucking companies that move cargo across Iraq for Iraqi Security Forces and coalition forces.
Midland News Association will take content produced by ITN's multimedia division ITN ON to use across the websites for its papers in the region.
The pillars of ITN are tribal engagement, where company leadership consists of regional sheikhs, with first adopters persuading other reluctant or opposed sheikhs to come onboard.
Christiaan Rademan, a Juniper expert from XON Systems, delivered hands-on Juniper training to the ITN technical team and assisted with the migration.
Promoted by IL&FS, ITN is engaged in transport infrastructure services and construction projects.
ITN pal Jon Snow was among those honouring Carol in a film.
Born in Norwich, Norfolk, Barnes joined ITN as a reporter in 1976, where her rise in journalism continued.
Three years later, she joined ITN as a reporter and spent several years covering stories at home and abroad.
After initially leaving ITN, she rejoined the news team for the war in Iraq as one of the main presenters on the now-defunct ITV News Channel.
Her former boss at ITN, Stewart Purvis, also paid tribute and said yesterday was a "very, very sad day".
After initially leaving ITN, she rejoined as one of the main presenters on the now-defunct ITV News Channel.