NEW YORK/PRNewswire/ -- Select Twitter streams are now available in Factiva, providing customers with relevant and timely social content alongside its vast archive of traditional media sources and blogs.
The curated Twitter content in Factiva covers 31 industries, including energy, financial services and technology, with a focus on the most influential tweeters from around the globe. The real time content is available via Factiva Snapshot, a business search tool with news dashboards that help businesses to efficiently gather intelligence and identify trends, opportunities and risks.
"We know that there is real business intelligence available on Twitter," said David Chivers, vice president of Factiva, Dow Jones & Company. "We've placed that intelligence in a dashboard alongside our traditional and blog content to give Factiva customers an up-to-the second look at what influential individuals in various industries are talking about. Customers benefit from receiving only the most meaningful industry-specific tweets without all of the noise."
Factiva leverages a combination of technology and editorial staff to curate content from Twitter's "firehose." The selected Twitter streams complement the wide range of content in Factiva, including more than 35,000 leading media sources, of which 8,000 are top business blogs. Many of these leading sources are not available on the Web.
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Factiva is one of the largest, most global digital business aggregators and archives in the world. Geared for business decision making on desktop and mobile environments, its global news collection includes more than 35,000 sources from nearly 200 countries in 26 languages. Factiva's combination of global content and business search and monitoring technologies offers professionals timely, reliable and relevant knowledge for business advantage.
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