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Media Monitoring With CyberAlert

Posted on 8.25.2009

Media monitoring service CyberAlert released three new features and services today worthy of note. CyberAlert’s daily email alerts to users now include language identification and an automated translation service for non-English language clips. Translating only the headline and body text of the article, sidebar text and ads that appear on the source page are excluded.

The next feature is “News on Your Site”. Users of the CyberAlert 4.0 news monitoring services can select, edit and republish headlines and excerpts of news clips on their website (or intranet).

CyberAlert users will need to order the service, but doing so enables them to specify the design (size, color, position, header) of the daily news featured.

Finally, Twitter is the latest addition to CyberAlert’s consumer discussion monitoring service. Those clients using BlogSquirrel (blog monitoring service), Netpinions (consumer buzz tracking), and CyberAlert VDO (video monitoring and clipping) can now receive Twitter tweets containing their key words.

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