Stratford, CT (PRWEB) July 11, 2005
CyberAlert, a leading worldwide media monitoring company, today announced the launch of CyberAlert 2/1, a new national and local news monitoring and clipping service that combines online news monitoring and TV news monitoring into a single fully-integrated press clipping and broadcast monitoring service covering the entire U.S.
To introduce CyberAlert 2/1 to buyers in public relations and marketing communications, CyberAlert is offering special 2 for 1 promotional pricing until July 30, 2005. New subscribers to CyberAlert 2/1 receive both online news monitoring (CyberAlert 4.0) and broadcast news monitoring (CyberAlert TV) for the regular price of the online news service -- $195 per month with no per clip fees. In effect, CyberAlert is providing new customers with its national TV news monitoring service free of charge for 12 months.
More information about the CyberAlert 2/1 special price promotion is available at
ÂFor the first time, online news monitoring and broadcast monitoring are available in the same fully-integrated service for one low fixed monthly price with no per clip fees,Â said William J. Comcowich, president and CEO of CyberAlert, Inc. ÂThe combined CyberAlert 2/1 news monitoring and clipping service offers today's most comprehensive, effective, time-efficient and economical service to find and clip local and national news about your company, its brands, and competitors. With the special introductory pricing, itÂs clearly the best value ever for a top-of-the-line, fully integrated media monitoring service.Â
The CyberAlert 2/1 service each day monitors and clips 15,000 online news sources in the U.S. (newswires, newspapers, magazines, industry journals, Web publications) and the closed caption text of 2,200 TV news programs (cable, network, and local stations in the Top 100 U.S. markets). The service includes next day delivery of news clips, detailed measurement data for online news clips, and CyberAlertÂs acclaimed Digital Clip BookTM that stores all news clips in a fully searchable database.
CyberAlert (http://www.cyberalert.com) also monitors 100,000+ forums/message boards and 5+ million blogs for consumer discussion about companies, brands and issues.
William J. Comcowich
CEO, CyberAlert, Inc.