Vietnam News Agency
Vietnam News Agency or Vietnamese News Agency (Vietnamese: Thông tấn xã Việt Nam, commonly abbreviated as TTXVN) is the official news agency of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. It publishes the English language newspaper Viet Nam News. It has 28 overseas offices, including 6 in ASEAN.
- The Vietnamese News Agency (TTXVN) was founded in 1945 shortly after the August Revolution. On September 15, 1945, Ho Chi Minh's Declaration of Independence of Vietnam was broadcast through the TTXVN in Vietnamese, English and French.
- In 1947, news in Chinese was first broadcast but halted a year later.
- In 1960, the Liberation News Agency was founded to broadcast news in South Vietnam.
- In 1976-1977, the Vietnamese News Agency and the Liberation News Agency were merged under the name the Vietnamese News Agency.
- In 1991, begins publication of Việt Nam News, a national English-language daily.
- In 2008, the VietnamPlus website was launched, which published news in Vietnamese, English, French and Spanish.
- E-news 
- Printed products: Tin tức, Thể Thao & Văn Hoá, Thể thao Văn Hóa & Đàn ông, Viet Nam News, Viet Nam News Sunday, Outlook, Le Courrier du Vietnam, Báo ảnh Việt Nam, Vietnam Law & Legal Forum, Khoa học & Công nghệ, Chân trời UNESCO
- Multimedia products
- "Agency opens new bureau". VNS. 17 January 2013. Retrieved 17 January 2013.