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Media Analysis

Monitor by InNews is a new tool for monitoring, recording, analyzing and managing publicity, that is complementary to existing services (Inima, Reporting). 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.,

The platform records and analyzes on a 24-hour basis publications from digital media in Greece and Cyprus (news sites, blogs, forums, Twitter and YouTube) as well as mentions from newspapers, magazines, TV channels and radio stations. Moreover, it provides unrestricted access to the InNews media archive.

Instant data .

The platform is designed to easily manage and process large volumes of data, and provides a wide range of tools and graphs for analyzing and visualizing publications, to be used in reports, presentations, etc.

Monitor by InNews is an integrated media monitoring platform that instantly monitors, collects, searches, categorizes, analyzes and processes data.

Instant

delivery times

Automated

reporting

Analysis

trends & sentiment reporting

Controls

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Data

available at any time from anywhere

24/7

news monitoring

Customizable

dashboards & searches

Filters

for effective management of large data volumes

User-Friendly

interface for inexperienced users

Alerts

Real-time email alerts for new posts

Referrers

Identification of influential media sources

Searches

Customizable user searches

Statistics & Reports

Various export formats (html, pdf, xls, png)

Lists

Specific media lists for easy & fast monitoring

Categorization

by source, sentiment, influence, demographics and other data

24-hour service & access from any device (computer, tablet, smartphone)

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