KazTAG, TREND news agencies are partners
Azerbaijan, Baku, May 27 / Trend /
The Kazakh Telegraph Agency (KazTAG) and Azerbaijani TREND News Agency inked a cooperation agreement on exchange of information.
The agreement calls for mutual informing of political, economic, social, cultural and humanitarian life of the two states and enhancing cooperation on news, communication and photography. The agencies intend to cooperate with regard to news interesting for consumers both in Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. The sides also agreed to render assistance and necessary aid to these countries' correspondents in fulfilling their professional duties in their territories.
The Kazakh Telegraph Agency (KazTAG) international news agency is Kazakhstan's independent news agency, founded by the Journalists Union of Kazakhstan Public Unity. Brand of KazTAG was launched in the 1920's, which was revived in 2008 on the new principles of journalism.
KazTAG distributes news in the Russian, Kazakh and English languages to its subscribers in Kazakhstan and abroad. The Agency provides partners with information on political, economic and financial developments in the country, the latest social developments in Kazakhstan and the region and the international activities of the country.
Trend agency is a private international news agency founded in Azerbaijan in 1995.
Online news issues by Trend are available in 5 languages, including English, Russian, Azerbaijani, Persian and Arab, which are posted on its website www.trendaz.com.
Trend also offers its clients high quality videos and photos, analytical articles, which highlight major political and economic developments of the week, month and year and articles on economic topics, written by agency's experts.
In 2006, 2007 and 2008 Trend was awarded Best Company of the Year Prize in the category Mass Media in Azerbaijan. In 2008, Trend won a special competition of electronic media Eurasia in the Internet Space within the 11th Eurasian television forum in the category of For Successful Media Management of Information Partnership