Swiss Telegraphic Agency

The Swiss Telegraphic Agency (German: Schweizerische Depeschenagentur, SDA; French: Agence télégraphique suisse, ATS; Italian: Agenzia telegrafica svizzera, ATS; branded as Keystone-SDA/Keystone-ATS since 27 April 2018) is the national press agency of Switzerland, founded in 1894. In 2017, it merged with the Swiss picture agency Keystone.[1][2][3][4]


The Swiss Telegraphic Agency is a non-profit organization, but is owned privately.


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  3. ^ Austria Press Agency (2017-10-30). "APA acquires stake in new Swiss news agency group KEYSTONE-SDA". Retrieved 2020-09-24.
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