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The editor-in-chief of the news agency is Pete Clifton, who was appointed in October 2014.
PA Media provides a stream of content on wires, delivers packages for use online, or designs and delivers ready-to-publish pages for use in print.
In 2005, the company changed its name to PA Group to reflect its diverse and increasingly digital business activities.
In February 2015, PA announced the sale of its finance publications divisions, which included Telecom Finance and Satellite Finance.
PA Media’s service supplies news, sport, entertainment and images stories, delivered in multi-format for various print and digital platforms.
In 2014, PA's journalism training centre in Newcastle was named by the NCTJ as the best in Britain.
In March 2015, PA Training created an online learning course so that journalists can learn about and test their knowledge of the Editors' Code of Practice.
The agency's first Editor-in-Chief was Arthur Cranfield, appointed in 1926.
In 1995, PA moved from Fleet Street to Vauxhall Bridge Road, enabling the company to rapidly expand its output particularly in the sports and new media divisions.
The Press Association launched the Ananova news website in 2000.