Nationwide News Monitors Expands its Database of Content to Include Over 330 Television and Radio Channels from the United Kingdom

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Nationwide News Monitors, a leading broadcast monitor serving clients across the United States, announced the expansion of its database of content to include over 330 television and radio channels from the United Kingdom (UK). This new content is in addition to existing broadcast content from over 100 major media markets in the United States (USA).

Today, Nationwide News Monitors, a leading broadcast monitor serving clients across the United States, announced the expansion of its database of content to include over 330 television and radio channels from the United Kingdom. This new content is in addition to existing broadcast content from over 100 major media markets in the United States.

"With this new source of UK market information, Nationwide News Monitors' clients will now be able to access a rapidly expanding global database of radio and television content. This new content will allow our clients to stay 'in touch' with issues that affect them whether they are happening around the block or around the world", said Joe Bloom, Operations Manager of Nationwide News Monitors.

"As business becomes more global in scope, we're pleased to offer our clients access to information that directly impacts their business wherever it occurs; whether it be competitive intelligence, sector analysis, or simple keyword searching, with Nationwide News Monitors' expanding database of broadcast content our clients can do just that."

About Nationwide News Monitors:

Nationwide News Monitors' competitive intelligence service includes television and radio news monitoring in more than 100 major media markets in the United States and over 240 localities in the United Kindgom. Video and audio clips of news segments are provided on VHS, DVD, CD, or Internet Media. For more information about Nationwide News Monitors, please visit our website: http://www.NNMonitors.com

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