by Marc Pinter-Krainer
Leading global news portal One News Page today announces its collation of latest hurricane news video reports as a useful information resource for those tracking hurricane forecasts, preparedness advice and first-hand video reports from local broadcasters. The announcement is made in the light of Hurricane Irma closing in on the U.S. mainland.
With the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey having taken precedent over much of the news in recent weeks all eyes are now set on Hurricane Irma - one of the most powerful in history - as it makes its track towards mainland US.
One News Page, the high-speed news portal overseen by its founder and CEO Marc Pinter-Krainer, serves as a useful resource in providing U.S. online users with access to latest hurricane video reports by trusted broadcasters, helping them stay updated on track predictions, advisories, tips on how to prepare as well as local reports from affected areas.
"Interest in news surrounding hurricanes runs at an unprecedented high level this year, with the current focus being on Hurricane Irma," advises Dr Pinter-Krainer. "Our coverage of hundreds of trusted local, national and international broadcasters brings together the latest video reports in one place, making One News Page a helpful resource in staying up to date."
One News Page offers access to its fast-growing library of more than 8 million news video reports originating from trusted broadcasters free of charge, allowing site users to stay updated and watch relevant news reports as they emerge, or access historic reports from an archive spanning four years. No site registration is required.
Latest hurricane news video reports can be accessed via the following links:
Hurricane Irma track prediction:
One News Page is free to browse and allows its readers to take advantage of its comprehensive repository of over 100 million different news resources from scores of reputable and authoritative sources and journalists. Offering written digests, original content and video news for readers to access and consume at their leisure, One News Page is continuing to tap into the news aggregation market by making it easier and quicker to access with each update.
One News Page was founded in 2008 and services markets in the English, German and Spanish languages across Europe, America, Asia and Australasia. In 2016 it served over 20 million users accessing its news portal websites.
For further information, please visit http://www.onenewspage.com/