10 Online Newsroom Examples You Must Check Out

We've compiled just some of our favourite looking online newsrooms below. There are just too many to choose from!

Online newsrooms are a great resource for any business that has plenty to share and messages to pass onto stakeholders — from customers to investors — online newsrooms make it easy to share news in a creative and beautiful way.

We've had over 40,000 news stories published on the Prezly platform so we're incredibly lucky to have great examples of online newsrooms, but also press releases too.

Apart from the visual pleasure of an online newsroom there are a host of benefits too:

  • Easy to access to contact information.
  • Easy access to images, media and PDFs.
  • People can search and find historic press releases.


Timberland's Online Newsroom

Timberland is a fantastic example of a retail newsroom as the product images really stand out. Clean, pretty and simple — just like the brand. Contact information and a subscription box can be found at the bottom of the newsroom too.


Telenet's Online Newsroom

Telenet uses a highly customised newsroom to ensure the brand is matching across all web assets. This has resulted in a clean, on-brand, easy to view newsroom. This is something that your media contacts appreciate instead of searching through their inbox or trying to keep up via Google searches.


Porsche's Online Newsroom

Porsche develops and engineers beautiful cars, so there's never any doubt that their newsroom would look the same. High quality images that are used throughout makes each story really pop in this newsroom.


Emirates Airlines Online Newsroom

Emirates newsroom is another great example of a highly customised project. They are one of the most active users of the Prezly platform creating beautiful and informative press releases and hosting them all on the newsroom.


Warner Music's Online Newsroom

This music industry powerhouse has a newsroom full of eye-grabbing images and press release opening headlines. All of which can be found story on the web making it incredibly easy to reference back to for media contacts.


Piccolina Gelateria Online Newsroom

Be warned, this newsroom is incredibly appealing to your sweet tooth. Great images, relevant information and press releases that you really want to open.


Pinterest's Online Newsroom

Pinterest has a head start over many newsroom as it is visual first. So it's safe to say that you can expect examples of really attention grabbing images.


Canada West's Online Newsroom

A sports and location focused newsroom, Canada West has done a great job with their layout and matching up of their branding to make this a go-to asset for their media team.


X-BIONIC's Online Newsroom

Another similarly sporty newsroom, X-BIONIC provides not only a great looking and accessible newsroom, they also routinely create fantastic press releases that grabs attention.


Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States Online Newsroom

OEC has created an incredibly beautiful newsroom that is very on-brand with their vibrant colours helping to highlight key topics and news really well. This is also a great example of using contact cards at the bottom of the page.


How about checking out some of our favourite press release examples? We update them weekly so you can be sure to see some new inspirations and ideas. Check out these press release examples.


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