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Zignal Labs Expands its Media Coverage to Include Television Content

ZignalLabs_logoZignal Labs, a leader in delivering data-driven insights from big data analytics, real-time media monitoring, and business intelligence, announced that it has partnered with iQ media to expand its offering to include television content. By adding television with its print, online, LexisNexis, and social media coverage, Zignal Labs now provides the most robust, unified platform for its customers.

Zignal offers a powerful traditional and social media analytics platform that features user-friendly, intuitive design. The addition of television content significantly enhances the information available to customers, enabling them to dive into increasingly diverse and relevant data. The true power of integrating television is not just a wider, more conveniently accessed data set, but more cohesive understanding of a story’s movement between disparate media. This insight from tracking the interplay between television and other media types is unique to Zignal’s inclusive platform.

Zignal continues to advance and innovate to provide our users with the most comprehensive platform in the market,” said Josh Ginsberg, CEO, Zignal Labs. “Television offers an expanded glimpse of the media. By blending this content into our platform, we are enabling customers to monitor and gather insightful data in order to empower more intelligent decisions.”

Using the same intuitive filtering and search parameters, users can now access video segments directly within the Zignal platform after subscribing to this service. 900 channels will be available across entire U.S. and Canadian markets; Zignal Labs will expand to European channels in 2015.

We are thrilled about our partnership with Zignal Labs, and what this means for its users,” said John Derham, Founder & CEO of iQ media. “We could not be more happy to work with world class providers and innovators in the evolving media intelligence industry.”

 

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