2013-10-30 14:42:45 - With the addition of print monitoring, CyberAlert now offers one of the most comprehensive media coverage plans in the industry.
Stratford, CT — 10/30/2013 — CyberAlert, the worldwide media monitoring service, has added print publications to its comprehensive suite of news and social media monitoring services, the company announced today.
CyberAlert Print delivers news clips from more than 25,000 print publications worldwide, including major daily newspapers, consumer magazines, and trade journals across all industry categories. With the addition of print monitoring, CyberAlert now offers one of the most comprehensive media coverage plans in the industry, monitoring 55,000+ online news sources, TV stations in all U.S. markets, news radio stations, and a full range of social media networks, blogs and message boards.
“CyberAlert Print delivers essentially all the editorial content from the digital files that the publishers send to
the printing press,” said William J. Comcowich, CyberAlert CEO. “The new service recreates the old-fashioned press clipping service, but with all the added benefits and conveniences of timely digital delivery into a searchable online database.”
Clients can specify which print publications or online news sources to monitor for press clipping and can customize their media coverage by keyword, type of media, region and country, and other parameters. There are no per-clip charges and no long-term contract is required.
Like CyberAlert’s online news and social media monitoring services, CyberAlert Print uses advanced search technology to eliminate duplicates and deliver the most relevant, accurate results the next morning or in near-real time.
“Print articles still reach large audiences, and print monitoring provides vital data that organizations need to assess the full impact of their media relations campaigns,” Comcowich said. “Clients often ask us, ‘Did this online article appear in print?’ CyberAlert Print now answers that question each day with thorough monitoring of traditional print publications.”
More information on print monitoring and CyberAlert’s media monitoring services can be found at www.cyberalert.com.