Rome Reports honored with YouTube broadcasting award
Rome Reports has been honored for its work. The agency received YouTube's Silver Creator Award after surpassing 100,000 subscribers on its Spanish channel. The stat doesn't include the more than 70,000 subscribers on the English channel and more than 7,000 on the Vietnamese one.
To date, more than 160 million people have seen a Rome Reports video on the Internet. The number is a testament to the agency's role as one of the top television outlets specializing in the Catholic Church, the pope and Rome.
CEO, Rome Reports
“The YouTube award is recognition of 14 years of teamwork at the agency. Our users value credibility, reliability and the extent to which the agency works when reporting on the pope, the Vatican and the Church.”
The leadership of Rome Reports on YouTube is complemented by a strong presence on social networks. The agency boasts more than 100,000 followers on its Spanish Facebook page and nearly 200,000 on the English page.
Rome Reports also plays an important role on Twitter, with more than 60,000 followers in Spanish and 46,000 in English.