LONDON, December 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Leading global online news portal, One News Page, has added nuclear energy sector news coverage from nuclear24 to its selection of professional news sources.
Providing around-the-clock reporting on nuclear energy news and developments, nuclear24 is an independent authoritative information resource in the sector. Targeted at nuclear energy professionals, nuclear24 regularly reports on the latest developments, regular business briefings, and updates on policy, regulation and environmental issues.
nuclear24 content is now discoverable by One News Page users as it has become the latest in a series of new professional information sources to be added to the popular news portal site."According to web traffic analytics firm Quantcast, nearly a third of all One News Page users are professionals accessing our news portal from work," says One News Page Founder & CEO, Marc Pinter-Krainer. "It is our goal to broaden access to best-of-breed news resources in specialist professional areas. nuclear24 is a global leader in reporting on developments in the nuclear energy sector, and has been selected as our latest professional news resource to be added to our sites," Pinter-Krainer adds. "One News Page is a valuable global news portal which increasingly caters for professionals seeking out industry news in their specialist sector," comments nuclear24's Editor-in-Chief John Shepherd. "We are pleased nuclear24 has been selected for its independent and accurate reporting on the nuclear energy sector." One News Page Ltd was founded in 2008 and services markets in the English, German and Spanish languages across America, Europe, Asia and Australasia. In December 2012 it ranked among the top 4,000 websites accessed by US people, according to online traffic analytics provider Quantcast. It displays content from a plethora of sources, easily searchable in one place via its website. The addition of nuclear24 global energy sector content has added yet more depth to One News Page's professional news offering across its sites.