News Data Service Celebrates Anniversary of Client Direct Media Monitoring Services by Launching Executive News Briefings.
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October 10, 2012 – News Data Service celebrates their first year of Client Direct Media Monitoring Services with the launch of Executive News Briefings, plus access to its proprietary media monitoring solutions.
Executive Briefing Services provide expertly-edited daily news summaries featuring the most important information that impacts an organization. Summaries are designed for easy reading via email and mobile.
Executive Briefing Services are a continuation of the News Data Service mission to make clients look better with better media monitoring services.
To celebrate the anniversary and the Executive Briefing launch, NDS is offering attendees of the 2012 PRSA International Conference, October 13-16, professional photographs to use in their LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter or other social media profiles.
News Data Service (NDS) was created in 1996 to offer the nation’s strongest media monitoring solutions with the deepest data sets and archives for the vendors in the media monitoring industry. One year ago, News Data Service began offering their solutions direct to clients, in addition to media monitoring vendors.
“Clients have reacted enthusiastically. They are happy to have a solution that provides strong customer service, in addition to comprehensive media monitoring and the tools that they need,” said David Vergin, Vice President, Sales and Business Development.
About News Data Service (NDS)
News Data Service (NDS) is a corporation comprised of 35 local and regional media monitoring organizations that combine their resources to provide deep national resources. The NDS affiliates are among some of the oldest and most established media monitoring companies in the world. NDS provides a comprehensive monitoring (TV, radio, print, online news, social media), measurement and analysis solution, along with easy-to-use tools, executive briefing services and expert customer service.
David Vergin, Vice President, Sales and Business Development
News Data Service