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1 THOMSON REUTERS: THE FACTS AND THE OPPORTUNITIES NEWS AND INSIGHT THAT POWERS THE WORLD’S MARKETS AND MEDIA

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3 REUTERS NEWS  With 2,900 journalists reporting from nearly 200 bureaus in 20 languages, Reuters is the world’s biggest, and most global, news organization  Its trusted content provides news, insight and analysis to over a billion people every day and is a vital component embedded in our professional products and services

4 200 BUREAUS WITH 2,900 JOURNALISTS (Yawalapiti children play by a photographer during Quarup, a ritual to honor the death of an important person in Xingu National Park, Brazil.) 4

5 BREAKING NEWS FROM 1,500+ LOCATIONS IN 20 LANGUAGES (Reuters investigated the development and production costs of General Motors’ loss- making electric car, the Chevy Volt, prompting a rare response from the automaker). 5

6 FINANCIAL AND POLITICAL NEWS (Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy briefs journalists at a two-day European Union leaders summit in Brussels in June, ) 6

7 A REUTERS TRAINEE IN ACTION! (Reuters trainee Draz Jorgic (left) in a media scrum after then-Spurs manager Harry Redknapp was acquitted by a London court of tax evasion, Feb ) 7

8 IN-DEPTH AND INSIGHTFUL REPORTING (Emergence of the new nation of South Sudan) 8

9 AWARD-WINNING JOURNALISM (Reuters was the only news organization on the plane with Muammar Gaddafi’s son Saif al-Islam Gaddafi after he was captured and flown out of Zintan.) 9

10 10 World Cup Football match Netherlands vs Uruguay – by Mike Hutchings of South Africa. 1st prize World Press Photos Sports

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13 13 We shall at all times act with:  INDEPENDENCE  INTEGRITY  FREEDOM FROM BIAS

14 14 WHY REUTERS? Our Strong Brand With 160 years experience, Reuters delivers news and insight that powers the world’s markets and media. Built on the principles of independence, integrity and freedom from bias coupled with speed, accuracy, and market impact

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20 20 2,900 employees worldwide 2,000 text journalists 600 TV journalists and photographers

21 21 WHY REUTERS?  2.4 million news stories a year  1 million market-moving alerts/yr  1,600 picture images per day  97,000 video stories per year Unmatched coverage  About 400,000 finance professionals  600 TV, 1,700 media, 1,000 pix clients  35 mln visits monthly to our websites Customers

22 22  We are the world’s most trusted news organization  Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals  We combine industry expertise and innovative technology to deliver critical information to leading decision makers  We serve professionals in the financial and risk, legal, tax and accounting, intellectual property and science and media markets

23 We employ about 60,000 people and operate in over 100 countries REUTERS/Darren Staples Our Top 10 Locations Ranked by Numbers of Employees are: 1.Eagan MN, U.S.A. 2.Bangalore, India 3.London, U.K. 4.New York NY, U.S.A. 5.Manila, Philippines 6.Hyderabad, India 7.Beijing, China 8.Bangkok, Thailand 9.Buenos Aires, Argentina 10.Toronto ON, Canada

24 24 MEDIA: $0.3 bln Reuters news and information reaches one billion people daily FINANCIAL & RISK: $7.2 bln Provides financial applications for over half a million professionals globally LEGAL: $3.4 bln TAX & ACCOUNTING: $1.1 bln IP & SCIENCE: $852 mln MARKETS DIVISION: $7.5 BILLION PROFESSIONAL DIVISION: $5.4 BILLION Europe, Middle East & Africa 30% Asia 12% Americas 58%  Listed on the NYSE, TSX  2011 Revenue - $12.9 bln REVENUE BY REGION

25 25 Reuters Journalism Programme Reuters Global Journalism Internships

26 26 The Reuters Journalism Programme  brings together talented journalists and journalists-to-be from around the world  provides 9 months of intensive classroom and hands-on experience in London, New York and Singapore  pays trainees in the programme  offers staff roles to those who meet Reuters rigorous standards and mentors to help guide their careers UTERS JOURNALISM TRAINEE PROGRAM(ME)

27 27  about 15 trainee positions a year  applications online  deadline Dec 14  selection involves writing tests and interviews  selection process January-March  final decisions made in March

28 28 EUTERS JOURNALISM TRAINEE PROGRAM(ME) Amie Ferris-Rotman: Trainee 2006 Now Senior Correspondent, Afghanistan “Living with a tribe in the Arctic and sharing a cocktail with Gorbachev are just two of many highlights… I still ask myself today: Am I really paid to do this?”

29 29  Commitment to journalism  Passion for business and international news  Recent graduates, working journalists, or others with a background in another profession  Fluency in English ALSO SEEKING  Fluency in other languages  Expertise in data analysis and programming  Multimedia experience EUTERS JOURNALISM TRAINEE

30 30 REUTERS GLOBAL JOURNALISM INTERNSHIPS  Train with the world’s largest international multimedia news agency  Work with seasoned reporters and editors  Prove yourself in fast-paced newsrooms around the world The Reuters Global Journalism Internships offer talented students and graduates a summertime crash course in hands-on business, political and general news reporting. Interns have the opportunity to learn and shine in our bureaus international ly.

31 31 WHERE? AMERICAS - Ten weeks In New York City, Washington D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles, Sao Paulo, Mexico City EUROPE - Six weeks London ASIA - About eight weeks Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Beijing

32 32 WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR?  Students or recent graduates who are passionate about news and quick learners  Strong academic record in journalism, economics, business, law, accounting, languages or computer science  Journalism experience  Fluency in English and excellent writing and communication skills  Good mathematics skills  Legal right to work in the country of the application

33 33 WHERE CAN IT LEAD?? Mary Slosson: Graduated University of Virginia and University of Southern California Americas Intern 2011 Now General News Correspondent, Sacramento, California “Since I joined Reuters as intern, I have served as a pool reporter, was on the frontlines after the Aurora, Colorado shooting, and have appeared on MSNBC and other programs to discuss my work. I wrote an exclusive story on SAAB that moved Swedish auto shares up 20 percent.”

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