Reston, VA (PRWEB) June 19, 2014
Moreover Technologies, a leading provider of consolidated media monitoring and analytics solutions, announced the availability of a free news service during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ from June 12 through July 14, 2014. Targeted to journalists and fans, Moreover is providing real-time, targeted news and analysis of one of the year’s biggest sporting events.
Unlike traditional World Cup coverage, Moreover features detailed information on media coverage, providing journalists with totally different ways of looking at the event and fresh approaches for reporting. Is Lionel Messi the most talked about player? Which team will dominate coverage? Is there any correlation between the media hype about a particular team and their performance? Moreover will answer these questions and more.
Available on Moreover’s website at http://www.moreover.com, the coverage gives journalists and World Cup fans a one-stop source for breaking news, compelling and fresh angles, and unique graphs and charts with analysis of media about the event. Powered by Newsdesk, Moreover’s media monitoring solution, the service lets users personalize coverage based on their favorite teams and view targeted news.
“We’re pleased to give sports writers and fans a unique perspective on this year’s World Cup,” said Paul Farrell, president of Moreover Technologies. “At the same time, we’re demonstrating the core strengths of Moreover and specifically the capabilities of Newsdesk for finding, personalizing, and sharing media coverage – whether that’s this year’s World Cup or any story or event, local or international.”
In addition to the widget on the Moreover home page, the company will be rounding out its coverage with blog posts and emails with the most recent World Cup media analysis. To be added to the World Cup email list, please contact John van der Wal.
About Moreover Technologies:
Founded in 1998, Moreover Technologies is a leading provider of consolidated media monitoring and analytics solutions. Daily access to 3.5 million news articles and social media posts from millions of vetted sources across 100+ countries, 75+ languages and 800+ searchable industry categories provides consolidated information across all channels. Moreover clients include Accenture, BBC, Citigroup, Deloitte, Grant Thornton, NASDAQ, Shell Oil, Simon & Schuster, and Thomson Reuters.