Offering our clients timely, convenient and authorized access to world-class content from the broad sources available through NewsRight greatly enhances the value and utility of the TVEyes Media Monitoring Suite.
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New York, NY (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
TVEyes (http://www.tveyes.com), a search engine for broadcast TV and radio content, has announced a deal with digital news distribution leader NewsRight (http://www.newsright.com), to license and provide digital text content from over 1,000 U.S. news publications. This arrangement with NewsRight will allow TVEyes to offer one convenient source of licensed digital text content to media monitoring clients through its web-based search and alert platform.
“Enterprises seek access to relevant news as it propagates ever more quickly, with broadcast, print and Web-based media vying for breaking news and delivery of in-depth journalism,” said David Ives, CEO of TVEyes. “Offering our clients timely, convenient and authorized access to world-class content from the broad sources available through NewsRight greatly enhances the value and utility of the TVEyes Media Monitoring Suite.”
“Enterprises want convenient ways to access and use reliable information that could affect their business from various news sources,” said Lisa Klem Wilson, NewsRight’s Senior Vice President of Sales. “We are delighted to provide TVEyes with original news stories from across the United States and metrics to help them serve their enterprise clients in new and innovative ways.”
The TVEyes Media Monitoring Suite offers real-time tracking and historical search of U.S. and international broadcast television and radio via its continuously updated database. Users are alerted and can search topics based on a Spoken Word IndexTM that retrieves television and radio clips and presents them for viewing on any Web-connected device.
NewsRight provides one convenient source of licensed digital content from leading publishers including Hearst, E.W. Scripps, The Christian Science Monitor, Advance Publications and The McClatchy Company and aggregated metrics from its News Registry platform.
TVEyes’ mission is to organize the world’s TV and radio broadcasts and make them universally searchable by the spoken word. To fulfill that mission, TVEyes developed a new approach to broadcast monitoring that continues to set the standard for all participants in the growing field of audio/video search. TVEyes Media Monitoring Suite, allows subscribers to be able to find information in many different languages — as well as the ability to easily translate between multiple languages.
NewsRight , LLC, connects organizations that invest in news reporting with companies whose products and services rely on editorial content and consistent media analytics. NewsRight provides a convenient way to clear rights to news content and to receive access to licensed news content and media data from a growing network of digital sources under flexible business arrangements. For more information, visit http://www.newsright.com.