From press clipping to media intelligence, agencies and publishers rely on Moreover to deliver high-quality, rights-cleared content to corporate audiences. We serve both online news and offline print publications, presented according to publishers’ requirements and delivered through our market-leading services.
With our media intelligence solutions companies gain access to licensed content from these leading organizations:
The UK's BBC (www.bbc.com) provides full-text RSS feeds to Moreover, so that Newsdesk clients receive complete coverage of the BBC within minutes of publication. In addition, the BBC is a Moreover client, using a combination of Newsdesk and Search Engine Toolkit to serve its website visitors related news links from across the Web.
The UK's Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA, www.cla.co.uk) licenses companies to copy and share press clippings from journals and magazines. Moreover serves CLA-licensed content in PDF format to licensed Newsdesk clients, alongside online news, social media, and broadcast coverage. With both CLA and NLA licensed content, companies gain access to complete coverage of the UK press clippings market.
The Financial Times (www.ft.com) provides Moreover a full-text XML feed of their content, ensuring high quality and complete FT coverage. Moreover clients with an FT corporate license can access full-content FT articles directly in Newsdesk.
Moreover partners with the Newspaper Licensing Agency (NLA, www.nla.co.uk) in the UK. The NLA provides digital press clippings directly from publishers, served in PDF format, allowing for media analytics across offline print content from national and local UK news publications. Companies can access the PDF press clippings in Newsdesk, the enterprise media intelligence service.