Note to Original Free Feed Users – And A Big Word of Thanks!

Dear free feed users –

After much discussion, we recently took the decision that it was finally time to retire the original free news feeds. We’ve been serving our free feeds since 1999 (ahh, those halcyon pre-bubble-burst days), and it’s not without a touch of sadness that we call time on the service. We recently placed a notice at the top of the news feeds to try and alert our users that the service was going away.

The reason for the decision, in a nutshell, is that Moreover Technologies’ future lies with the enterprise market, where we’ve successfully provided media intelligence services for many years. In these economically challenging times, it no longer made sense for us to bear the running costs of the original free feeds.

So we wish to salute all our loyal news feed fans over the years!! We definitely made some waves when we launched our news aggregation  service way back when, I guess you could say you caught one with us.  Sorry we had to stop.

For those who are interested, we do have a fantastic enterprise offering, including high quality news feeds with many refining features. Contact us if you would like to find out more, on +1 703 650 1400 (US), +44 (0)20 7253 5003 (UK), email, or visit our website at

Again, we wish to thank you for your loyalty and support during all these years, and encourage you to consider our enterprise service as an excellent alternative.

The Team at Moreover

February 8, 2012 at 2:34 pm 3 comments

Moreover Expands Its Coverage of Forums

In addition to the newly available TV and radio data. Moreover is now monitoring millions more forums and message boards. Together with online news, PDFs of hard-copy articles, blogs, Twitter, Q&A sites, Facebook pages and more, this allows for a 360 degree view of the news and social media landscape.

Click here to read more about our new coverage of forums.

January 26, 2012 at 4:00 pm Leave a comment

The Future of Information Gathering and Delivery

Thank you to PSMG (Professional Services Marketing Group) for the article mention in their January publication of the Professional Services Management Guide.

Our own Fareita Udoh discussed how many companies operate in a complex media and information landscape and are dependent on a large number of information outlets for media content such as content aggregators, press monitoring agencies and free media tools. Read how Moreover Technologies offered Bond Pearce LLP  the ability to easily create and configure customized RSS news feeds from editorially controlled sources … Click here to download

January 18, 2012 at 1:23 pm Leave a comment

Got Big Data Overload in 2012?

Happy New Year!

In 2012 most of us are experiencing “big data” overload coupled with rising expectations to find the most relevant and actionable media intelligence in the least amount of time. It’s a challenge that’s only going to become more daunting.

That is, unless efforts are consolidated, coordinated and standardized to make the entire process simpler, faster and laser-focused on finding the most valuable information. Moreover’s Rossen Roussev has firsthand experience of how such a program enhanced both the quality and timeliness of information used by a major energy company, while saving them millions in the first year alone.


January 4, 2012 at 11:00 am Leave a comment

Newsdesk Up For Its 3rd CODiE Award!

The SIIA just released their list of finalists for the 2012 CODiE awards. Moreover is in the running for an award in the category of Best Content Aggregation Service.

If you remember, this past January Newsdesk not only won Best Information Solution, but also took home the “best in show” award.

Since that time, our developers have been working away at improving Newsdesk. Moreover’s coverage of news has increased by 6000 sources and our vetted social media sources have doubled with more on the way. We’ve added the ability to search over news broadcasts and view the video of the results. Searches can be run over licensed and open content, and print articles with links to PDFs of the originals. Clients can add more sources on request, rounding out a 360 degree view of the news and social media landscape.

Here’s to an award-winning 2012!

December 15, 2011 at 12:00 pm Leave a comment

Moreover Newsdesk New Features Update 01 Dec ’11

We had our usual Newsdesk bi-weekly point release yesterday, here’s the summary…

  • We’ve added user-level usage info to the new Admin section, showing nr of saved feeds / dashboard widgets / exported feeds / email alerts / newsletters
  • Broadcast clips now show on a newly designed, much nicer looking page, with transcript text next to the  clip. You can search US and UK broadcast alongside any other media type such as online news, blogs, social media or PDF print.

Newsdesk broadcast clip example

  • On internal systems, we’ve extended premium content permissioning options down to user level (previously were at global account level), meaning specific users within an organization can receive licensed premium content while other users just access the standard search.
  • Searching over blogs now includes blog comments where available (you can exclude them via the Refine panel)
  • Various cosmetic improvements:
    • The relevancy slider now sits at the top of the Refine panel
    • The search result counts now show large numbers with commas (or dots depending on country)
    • We trimmed the little button cluster at the top of the Refine panel section so it’s cleaner
    • The row heights in the email / newsletter / email manager lists are now nicely uniform
  • You can now add a Yammer widget to your Dashboard showing latest colleague comments  – just go to the “My Content” folder’s drop-down menu to add it (an optional feature for those with a Yammer account)

We hope you like the latest additions. If you’re not a client and want to find out more then here’s the link. Ciao for now!

December 2, 2011 at 9:14 am Leave a comment

Moreover Newsdesk New Features Update 17 Nov ’11

Here’s an update on the latest feature enhancements from yesterday’s Newsdesk point release.

Content is indeed king in the world of media intelligence (as indeed Bill Gates mused in 1996), so we put some of our attention this sprint on helping customers see exactly which sources we cover and how we rank them.

Here’s the full summary:

  • A brand new “Coverage” section: A whole new area devoted to showing clients exactly which sources we index, and how we classify them, adding context to media analytics and giving confidence that we have key media covered.  We’ll be building this out in the coming weeks to add more info and global harvesting stats.

Moreover Newsdesk Source Detail

  • Yammer and Twitter integration: Now you can post links to Yammer, the enterprise social network service. You can also Tweet articles.

    Moreover Newsdesk Yammer Post

  • Spanish helpfile: The helpfile is now available in Spanish, completing the Spanish user interface we released two weeks ago.
  • A new Usage Stats section:  We’ve also introduced a new stats section for Newsdesk admin users. Now you can see login activity across the account, view active users, and help get a gauge on ROI.

We hope you like the latest installment. If you’re not a client and want to find out more then here’s the link. Talk to you again in two weeks time!

November 18, 2011 at 10:43 am Leave a comment

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