Welcome to the Digital News Hub

The Digital News Hub is a service that makes digital content available, free of charge and any copyright issues, to multi media journalists.

 

On the site you’ll find a wide range of news and feature stories, covering all sorts of subjects from consumer news and health announcements, to celebrity gossip and business stories.     

 

Each story comes with a short press release and accompanying audio, video and images, all ready to be downloaded and used.  

 

The stories are compiled by a team of broadcast journalists who’ve worked in radio and television at national level.  This means our production standards are of the highest standard.   

 

If you are a journalist all you need to do to access these stories is to register your details.   Once you’ve done that you’re free to use as much material on the site as you wish. 

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IWM London: Interview Clips with Nigel Steel

IWM London: Interview Clips with Nigel Steel

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What journalists say about the Digital News Hub

"They get some great interviews, including celebrities - the sort of guests that the radio stations who subscribe to Sky News Radio love. A great resource to tap into." - Verity Geere, Sky News Radio Showbiz & Breakfast news presenter, Magic 105.4

"The Digital News Hub team understand what sort of stories interest us here at the BBC Business Unit. They don't waste our time with "stories" that are really a puff" - Mantej Deol, senior broadcast journalist, BBC Business and Economics Unit

"The material looks good, and I would always consider using it" - Richard Gaisford, Chief Correspondent, Daybreak