International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC)
Comité international des télécommunications de presse (CITP)
Consejo Internacional de Telecomunicaciones de Prensa
1965-09-22 London UK
Founded 22 Sep 1965, London (UK), as International Press Telecommunications Committee following consultation between C-XC0373 - CPU Media Trust, H-XC1965 - World Association of Newspapers (WAN) and American Newspaper Publishers Association (ANPA). Present name adopted 1969. Constitution revised, 1978, to allow associations of newspapers, news agencies and news photo agencies, as well as individual newspapers, groups of newspapers, news agencies and news photo agencies to become nominating organizations. Registered in accordance with UK law.
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