LATIN (always referenced in upper case) was a cooperation scheme among 13 newspapers in Latin America which was organized by Reuters and lasted from 1970 until 1981. It was not a news agency per se, but rather a permanent exchange mechanism. In 1975, The New York Times revealed that LATIN was used by the CIA to in covert operations of counterinformation and influencing public opinion in Latin America.
- Michael B. Salwen, Bruce Garrison (2013). "Latin American Journalism". Routledge Communication Series, pages 90-91
- Juan Gargurevich (1981). "A golpe de titular: CIA y periodismo en América Latina". page 33."
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