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Covid19 Live: New webpage by Innews

Μία νέα σελίδα με καθημερινό update σχετικά με την πορεία του νέου κορωνοϊού στην Ελλάδα, εγκαινίασε η Innews, στο https://covid19.innews.gr. Μεγάλα και ευανάγνωστα γραφήματα με …

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Inima is the main media monitoring subscription platform by InNews. The users can access at any time all kinds of information relevant to them from newspapers, magazines, TV channels, radio stations, sites, blogs, forums and Greek social media users.

Monitor by InNews is a new tool for monitoring, recording, analyzing and managing publicity, that is complementary to existing services. It enables users to have a real-time list of publications relevant to them as well as fully customizable graphs with qualitative and quantitative data, deriving automatically from the analysis of publications.
Our team monitors and processes the topics that interest you and draws up publicity reports. It examines all the relevant reports in the media and selects the thematic registration of publications after assessing the publicity. Depending on the content of reports/ news, thematic groups are created from which a summary of the main elements in Greek and in English is generated. That department monitors the wider publicity, so that the selection of topics and their summary will focus on the essential elements of the agenda.

Innews Mobile Application

The Inima app is freely available on the App Store and Google Play. Subscribers can manage the content of their account from their smartphone and instantly access all data from the daily news monitoring, of all Greek media.

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