Magali Rolandez joins Moreover Technologies as Director Publisher Relations

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Content licensing specialist Magali Rolandez has been named Director Publisher Relations of Moreover Technologies, a content aggregation and media monitoring firm with major offices in the US and UK. She is London-based and works closely with 27-year media company veteran Dan Schaible, recently named Senior Vice President-Publishing in charge of a new publishing division focused on helping publishers use technology to drive revenue in today’s digital information environment. As content opportunities emerge globally, Rolandez will handle content licensing and relationship management issues—driving alignment of publisher needs with Moreover’s service capabilities.

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Noted Rolandez, “Moreover will work with publishers to make it easier for businesses to pay for and use content on a per-article basis, while instituting effective licensing requirements and compliance protocols that protect publishers on a global scale.”

Content licensing specialist Magali Rolandez has been named Director Publisher Relations of Moreover Technologies, a content aggregation and media monitoring firm with major offices in the US and UK.

She is London-based and works closely with 27-year media company veteran Dan Schaible, recently named Senior Vice President-Publishing in charge of a new publishing division focused on helping publishers use technology to drive revenue in today’s digital information environment. As content opportunities emerge globally, Rolandez will handle content licensing and relationship management issues—driving alignment of publisher needs with Moreover’s service capabilities.

An electronic publishing professional with a decade-plus in the information industry licensing area, Rolandez understands challenges faced by publishers when distributing their content to third parties. With Moreover, she is helping content providers grow their reach and influence while expanding Moreover’s presence.

Noted Rolandez, “Moreover will work with publishers to make it easier for businesses to pay for and use content on a per-article basis, while instituting effective licensing requirements and compliance protocols that protect publishers on a global scale.”

Added Paul Farrell, Moreover President, “Businesses paying for content expect relevant and timely information.That’s where Moreover’s award-winning advanced search and refinement technologies make this a win-win for publishers and business consumers alike.”

Since 1999, Rolandez has served as Manager of Strategic Licensing for Thomson Reuters/West Services, Inc., where she handled content publisher relationship development and tending, contributed to development of general licensing strategies and policies, assessed opportunities, and negotiated new and renewal licenses.

About Moreover Technologies
Founded in 1998, Moreover Technologies is a trusted aggregator of global news and social media. Clients include Shell Oil, Sony, Citigroup, Hill & Knowlton, BBC, Kingfisher, Durrants, Reuters UK, Siemens and Simon & Schuster. Through US and UK offices, the firm offers corporate customers worldwide direct access to comprehensive, yet targeted, near real-time business and consumer information from the Web’s most read and respected sources. Daily, Moreover Technologies offers unified portal access to 2.2 million news articles and social media posts from 3 million+ editorially vetted sources across 100+ countries, 50+ languages and 800+ searchable industry categories. http://www.moreover.com

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