Reuters is the world's largest international news agency. Reuters gathers and reports news from around the world and provides clients, often other media outlets, with major international news stories, photographs and footage. Being a news agency, Reuters provides news in an objective format, reporting the facts and reactions to the facts without interpretation or analysis, unlike secondary news outlets.
Reuters was founded in Great Britain by Paul Julius Reuter in 1851 and is currently owned by the Canadian media conglomerate Thomson Reuters, which provides a number of information processing tools and services mainly in the financial, legal and news sectors.
The correct pronunciation of Reuters is Roy-turz. The reason the "eu" in Reuters is pronounced like the name "Roy" is that Reuters is a German surname and in German the "eu" is pronounced with an "oy" sound.