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NewsEdge

3 Becker Farm Road
Suite 401
Roseland, NJ 07068
USA
Phone: 973-422-0800

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With over twenty-five years of digital content aggregation, enrichment, and distribution experience, NewsEdge’s roots run deep in content-based information processing. NewsEdge utilizes the latest technologies to streamline the integration of content from multiple providers in multiple formats, converting multimedia data flows into a single, standardized format for our downstream customers – either through our online applications, APIs, or through direct feed deliveries. NewsEdge specializes in content communications, analytics, taxonomic applications, and formatting processes that add value to content without negatively impacting latency requirements.  NewsEdge enables users to find relevant information easily and share it throughout their organization effectively.

Congratulations to NewsEdge for being selected as one of the EContent 100 companies!  Click the icon below to read their View From the Top Executive Commentary.  

Articles Mentioned
In order to survive, everything must evolve. The EContent 100 list of companies that matter most in the digital content industry is no exception. Every year during the voting process, we see how the changing list reflects the way the larger industry is developing. In 2017, a couple of trends emerged. The first, is the importance of artificial intelligence (AI), which is probably obvious to anyone in the content business. The second is the increasing importance of digital asset management (DAM). Next year, DAM will need its own category, but this year, we did our best to honor its contributions to the industry within our existing framework.
Editorial/Feature - November/December 2017 Issue, Posted Nov 01, 2017
The EContent 100 list of companies that matter most in the digital content industry is now in its 16th year. Similar to most adolescents, it's going through some changes. We added new judges and new categories. As a result, we've got many new companies on the list. Among other changes, this year we added Online Video as a standalone category. We all know that video's popularity is on the rise; and as it's becoming a bigger part of the content puzzle, it clearly needed its own category.
Editorial/Feature - November/December 2016 Issue, Posted Nov 01, 2016
The EContent 100 list of companies that matter most in the digital content industry is now in its 15th year. We added new judges and new categories. As a result, there are many new companies on the list. Among other changes this year, we thought it was important to recognize digital marketing technologies in their own category.
Editorial/Feature - December 2015 Issue, Posted Dec 01, 2015
Here at Acquire Media, we pride ourselves in serving customers all along the digital content supply line. This includes acquiring and licensing content all the way to creating user interfaces to display and link content from different providers. And, as the landscape of content providers, formats, protocols, and uses change, it has forced us to stay on the cutting edge. With this laser-like focus on innovation, Acquire Media gets to participate at the forefront of every new innovation in the ECM space. This includes those from the provider side of the equation and those from the content user side. As such, we at Acquire Media have a unique perspective on the entire landscape.
Editorial/View From The Top - Posted Dec 01, 2015
The 2014-2015 EContent 100, a list of the 100 Companies that Matter Most in the Digital Content Industry.
Editorial/Feature - December 2014 Issue, Posted Dec 01, 2014
News can be found anywhere and everywhere. Everyone seems to be producing news but is the information trustworthy? Is the content they are producing germane to your business? There are so many outlets for "news" these days that determining which sources are relevant and reliable can be a full-time job. Hire Newscast.com to do that for you. Newscast.com is built on the core concept of collecting the most reliable sources for news and information then making it easy for you to define what is relevant for your needs. It is then tailored for two very distinct audiences: business and finance.
Editorial/View From The Top - Posted May 05, 2014
If you work in the digital content industry, you probably rely on dozens of tools to get your job done. As the list of available tools of the trade grows, it becomes more important to differentiate between the products that get the job done and the products that are identifying the trends impacting the industry and making sure that—to paraphrase hockey player Wayne Gretzky—they skate not to where the puck is, but to where it is going. Here at EContent, we turned to our inboxes, to our coverage, and to our contributors to find out what those trendsetting products are in 2014. We looked across the spectrum, but we were especially heartened to see the number of tools aiming to help publishers deal with data, manage the total web experience, and find new ways to monetize content. We hope that you find these tools as interesting and as potentially helpful as we do! —Theresa Cramer, Editor
Editorial/Feature - May 2014 Issue, Posted May 05, 2014
The 2013-2014 EContent 100, a list of the 100 Companies that Matter Most in the Digital Content Industry.
Editorial/Feature - December 2013 Issue, Posted Dec 02, 2013
I like to think each day that Acquire Media's job is to strike the right balance:We balance the needs of news consumers with the requirements of news publishers. We balance the drive for ultra-low latency news delivery with the benefits of value-added news enhancements. We balance the wisdom of social media crowds with the expertise of professional journalists and editors. We balance the ease of web-access with the powerful features of desktop software. We balance the volume of our search results with the accuracy and precision demanded by our clients.
Editorial/View From The Top - Posted Dec 02, 2013
The 2012-2013 EContent 100, a list of the 100 Companies that Matter Most in the Digital Content Industry.
Editorial/Feature - December 2012 Issue, Posted Dec 04, 2012
At the end of 2009, Google announced that (finally) real-time results will be included in Google web search. This means that live updates from sites such as Twitter and FriendFeed, as well as headlines from news and blog posts, will appear within Google search results mere seconds after posting.
Column/After Thought - - March 2010 Issue, Posted Mar 11, 2010
Learn more about the 2009-2010 EContent 100 Judging Team.
Editorial/Feature - December 2009 Issue, Posted Nov 24, 2009
Our list of the 100 companies that matter most in the digital content industry.
Editorial/Feature - December 2009 Issue, Posted Nov 24, 2009
From sloppy reporting to outright libel, not to mention web-speed requirements and confusing advertising placement. Journalism faces a slew of new challenges online. Can the old rules of media be applied? And if not, what is to become of journalistic ethics online?
Editorial/Feature - - March 2009 Issue, Posted Mar 02, 2009
Learn more about the 2008-2009 EContent 100 Judging Team.
Editorial/Feature - December 2008 Issue, Posted Dec 01, 2008
Our list of the 100 companies that matter most in the digital content industry.
Editorial/Feature - December 2008 Issue, Posted Dec 01, 2008
Get to know the judges behind the EContent 100 List of companies that matter most in the digital content industry.
Editorial/Feature - December 2007 Issue, Posted Nov 15, 2007
News aggregation is a beleaguered market that has become increasingly consolidated and beset by free news portals. However, with its acquisition of NewsEdge from the Thomson Corporation, Acquire Media believes it can sharpen this product with its technological edge, and hone it into a leading targeted real-time news tool.
News/News Feature - - July/August 2007 Issue, Posted Jul 17, 2007
Acquire Media Corporation and co-investors have signed an agreement to buy news and current awareness aggregator NewsEdge from The Thomson Corporation.
News/News Item - Posted Jun 26, 2007
I have been in and around content syndication since 1983. Just writing that sentence makes me feel like an old-timer, yet I remember as if it were yesterday how bond prices and news were the fuel of the bond-trading work I did right after college. Young men bellowed into multiple telephones—buying and selling as a result of the syndicated prices and news that appeared on the Reuters and Dow Jones Telerate screens.
Column/After Thought - - June 2007 Issue, Posted Jun 08, 2007
Thomson Business Information (TBI) has announced it is realigning its services within Business Intelligence Services.
News/News Item - Posted Jan 23, 2007
At a time when anyone with a computer and a bit of Internet know-how can access an ever-expanding world of free content, you may wonder how fee-based content services survive. They are doing it through innovation and by finding ways to better aggregate, filter, and deliver content in ways that the free Internet does not offer.
Editorial/Feature - - April 2005 Issue, Posted Apr 18, 2005
Dialog, a business within The Thomson Corporation, has announced that Thomson Financial News is now available via Dialog NewsEdge, the company's news monitoring and current awareness service. Dialog has also announced that it is now offering graphical chemical structure searching of research databases
News/News Item - Posted Mar 18, 2005
Dialog has announced that it has added 2,000 additional sources of news to its Dialog NewsRoom database.
News/News Item - Posted Nov 30, 2004
Dialog, a Thomson business and a provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has announced the launch of Dialog Live News, a new personalized news monitoring service that offers automated streaming of real-time news reports.
News/News Item - Posted Oct 05, 2004
While the core business model remains virtually unchanged, the new wave of content being syndicated today comes from non-publishers like organizations and corporations.
Column/After Thought - - October 2004 Issue, Posted Oct 13, 2004
Dialog, a Thomson business and a provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has added databases of global intellectual property records and business information to its roster of content available through Dialog Choice, the company's fixed-fee enterprise subscription pricing plan. Dialog has also announced that it is now offering streaming live news to subscribers of its Dialog NewsEdge service.
News/News Item - Posted Oct 01, 2004
I’m a diehard news junkie. My particular interest? Anything at the convergence of politics, business, and the media—especially the way the media covers itself.
Column/After Thought - - July/August 2004 Issue, Posted Aug 06, 2004
Dialog, a Thomson business and provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has announced that it will highlight its new DialogLink 4.0 software package at the Special Libraries Association (SLA) in Nashville June 5-10, 2004.
News/News Item - Posted Jun 08, 2004
Dialog, a Thomson business and provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has announced that market reports prepared by Aroq, a British online publisher specializing in business research, are now available through the Dialog Profound service.
News/News Item - Posted May 21, 2004
As the portal market matures, users are looking at more innovative ways to combine external content with their internal systems, and recent and emerging standards just may make the process easier for portal providers and customers alike.
Editorial/Feature - - May 2004 Issue, Posted May 17, 2004
Dialog, a Thomson business and provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has announced that a new version of its Dialog Profound service is now available for subscribers.
News/News Item - Posted Apr 20, 2004
Dialog, a Thomson business and provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has announced that real-time financial and business news and analysis produced by CBS MarketWatch is now available through four of its services.
News/News Item - Posted Apr 02, 2004
Dialog, a Thomson business and provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has announced Dialog BillBack and the availability of Derwent World Patents Index First View through Dialog Services.
News/News Item - Posted Mar 19, 2004
Dialog, a Thomson business and provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has launched a technology platform for its line of business information, news, and market research services.
News/News Item - Posted Mar 16, 2004
The brain may hunger for content, but employees and internet users—despite more information available than ever before—are malnourished, starving for the right informational diet, and many are looking to Web-enabled initiatives like portals for sustenance.
Editorial/Feature - - March 2004 Issue, Posted Mar 15, 2004
Dialog, a Thomson business and provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has announced the launch of DialogPRO NewsEdge, its latest service designed for small business owners and managers worldwide.
News/News Item - Posted Feb 27, 2004
Comtex News Network, Inc., a wholesaler of electronic real-time news and content, has announced a new expanded long-term agreement with one of its major distributors, Dialog, a Thomson business and provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions.
News/News Item - Posted Jan 09, 2004
Dialog, a Thomson business and provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, has announced a series of upgrades to Dialog NewsEdge, its industry-specific, personalized current awareness and news alerting service for corporations, that is expected to facilitate information sharing within subscribing organizations.
News/News Item - Posted Dec 23, 2003
While many in the econtent industry have sought growth through all things to all people strategies, Hoover's developed a simple formula for success that they call SMB2. This equation translates into the company's focus on the Sales, Marketing, and Business development professionals found in Small and Medium sized Businesses.
News/News Feature - - Posted Jul 11, 2003
The days when end-users grappled fruitlessly with arcane command searching at destination sites are gone and the era of frustrating, scattershot Internet searching may be nearing its end. Instead, the workplace has been redefined as a rich data universe, from which customized content streams directly to the individual knowledge worker’s desktop.
Editorial/Feature - - April 2003 Issue, Posted Apr 23, 2003
Biz360, a provider of active market intelligence, and Dialog, a Thomson business and a provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, have announced a partnership.
News/News Item - Posted Jan 31, 2003
Dialog, a Thomson business and a provider of online-based information services and integrated information solutions, announced that its Dialog NewsRoom service, a database of more than 7,000 news sources from around the world, is now available through the Dialog NewsEdge service.
News/News Item - Posted Dec 06, 2002
Like a relay runner left without a teammate to hand the baton, the Salt Lake Organizing Committee began a furious search for a technology partner to replace both Quokka and Logictier as the clock continued to count down. After holding preliminary talks with a number of high-profile prospects, viable options were beginning to dwindle. Finally, in June, just seven months before the games were to begin, SLOC struck a deal with Microsoft/MSNBC to host and produce the official sites for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.
Editorial/Feature - - February 2002 Issue, Posted Feb 01, 2002
Jeff Pemberton, former chairman of Online, and then-editor Bill Mickey sat down with Allen Paschal and Chris Morton, CEO and executive vice president, business development, respectively, to discuss among other things the Internet's impact on information aggregation and distribution, the importance of quality indexing, and maintaining a tight grip on the content you put out there.
Editorial/Feature - - November 2001 Issue, Posted Nov 01, 2001
Column/Behind the Firewall - - August 2001 Issue, Posted Aug 01, 2001
Vertical industry portals and marketplaces are built on the three Cs that are supposed to spell success for Web sites and their users: commerce, community, and content. But what type of content do they offer?It depends on the content/community/commerce mix, but all have their eyes on a future when the demand for emarketplace services is expected to grow significantly
Editorial/Feature - - July 2001 Issue, Posted Jul 01, 2001

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