We’re proud to announce the launch of the world’s first broadcast TV and radio monitoring and search app for the iPhone®. In fact, it’s the first smartphone app for broadcast search and monitoring on any platform. It’s free for all MMS subscribers, and provides access to the same content as your Web-based subscription.
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You couldn’t imagine tuning today’s hundreds of channels without a remote control for your TV. The brainchild of Eugene Polley who died yesterday at 96, the remote control changed life as we know it, from the vernacular “coach potato” to family dynamics of control of the remote. According to a report by the [...]
I’m in Brussels to speak at the FIBEP Future of Broadcast Monitoring and Measurement conference tomorrow. Among the key points I am making is the social nature of video and how consumers are already sharing millions of videos online each day – but it is hard for them to capture and share broadcast television content. [...]
You can’t say it any better than TVEyes subscriber Brian Stelter, a reporter who writes about television and digital media for The New York Times. Stelter is interviewed by The Atlantic Wire on how he keeps up with his beat – the 24-hour media business and its ever-morphing leading edge. The torrent of [...]
Today we announced our exclusive partnership with PerVoice, provider of the most technically advanced audio-to-text technology.
TVEyes has integrated PerVoice’s technology into its broadcast monitoring platform. This allows real time monitoring delivering highly accurate transcripts covering the following languages: UK English, US English, German, Spanish, [...]
There’s no way to know for sure what’s going to be said when your company, CEO, brand, candidate, elected official, government agency or spokesperson is mentioned or appears on television. But you can know what was said, and watch and download the original TV clip as soon as it is broadcast, when you use a [...]
When we think of crisis management, our minds usually go to health scares like the recent Enfamil baby formula association with dangerous bacterial infections or the famous case of Tylenol being tainted. But crisis PR occurs more often than we might think, and not all the cases that might hurt a brand create a national [...]
Media training for spokespeople is valuable in ensuring that the outcome of a TV interview is as close as possible to the desired result. Many of us have seen unprepared spokespeople bomb on TV or just do a fair but not great job. The desired outcome of a TV interview, beyond getting your message points [...]
All public relations professionals are familiar with briefing books, as are experienced spokespeople. There are a lot of tools PR pros use to prepare a business executive or government official for a print interview. A few keystrokes on Factiva or