One of the major things you need to do, when setting up a news agency, is to develop a system for news correspondents to report through. As it turns out, there are three major ways in which you can develop such a system, for news correspondents to report through.
You can, in the first instance, have a system where, having spent their days looking for news, the correspondents later report to a specific office in person to file their reports there.
You can have, in the second instance, a system where the news correspondents can submit their news reports through the phone: perhaps as a diction.
You can have yet another system, where the correspondents can submit their reports through email. This is not as hard as it may appear, at first. You just need, for a start, to have each of the correspondents sign up for a Gmail account, at www.gmail.com, and then he or she would only need to log into that account, to submit a report, when he or she has something to report. You can have some sort of a software program automatically collecting the reports submitted in this way, and presenting them to subeditors and the main editors, for them to be verified and proofread before being published.