Arising from an initiative of the Latin American Union of News Agencies (ULAN), the new digital portal is proposed to add the look of each of the Latin American countries, and make it visible collectively.

As explained Alberto Imaldi, representative of Argentina news agency Telam on the fourth meeting of the ULAN which concludes Friday in Ecuador, the aim of the Ansur is to have 'just a click and a screenshot, the main news of the region, in real time '.

'We want to counter the CNNIZATION, and have a voice', said Imaldi, introducing the new portal here yesterday news.

The delegate from Telam assured his colleagues Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela, that Argentina entity only provides a formal framework for the publication of the news, and respects the content and wording of each agencies that make up the ULAN.

As part of the objective of making communication for regional integration, Ansur also has the airwaves All Voices which, said Imaldi, can be downloaded for free in the digital site www.ansur.am.

Before the opening of the meeting at the headquarters of the Union of South American Nations (Unasur) in this capital, the directors of the ULAN agreed on the need to promote complementarity between news agencies to address the manipulation exerted by the media monopolies in the region.

The general secretary of UNASUR, Ernesto Samper, warned, meanwhile, that the main challenge facing journalism today, whether public or private, is to provide accurate information, without falling into propaganda or lobbying.

Founded in 2011 in Caracas, the ULAN is integrated in addition to Telam, the Cuban news agency Prensa Latina, Andina (Peru), the Bolivian Information Agency (ABI), the Venezuelan News Agency (AVN), the Company Brazil Cominicacao, Notimex, of Mexico, the Guatemalan News Agency (AGN), and the Ecuadorian Andes.

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