We love TVEyes. It’s fast, easy and the clips are available immediately. I am thrilled to be able to provide our senior leadership team with real-time clips.
Manager, Corporate Communications
…TV Eyes — it’s my most important tool. It’s a virtual DVR for every channel, every city, at every hour of the day.
Reporter,Â television and the Web
The New York Times
TVEyes ensures that we never miss any television news stories of the diocese or its many ministries. The service provides the means by which we can easily watch, save and share broadcast news stories with others throughout the diocesan system.
Director of Communications
Diocese of Providence
TVEyes is a vital part of how we monitor local and national media coverage on a daily basis. In the age of the 24-hour news cycle, TVEyes is the most efficient way to stay on top of who’s saying what about you.
Stephanie H. Slater
Public Information Officer
Boynton Beach (FL) Police Department
For more than 3 years, we’ve enjoyed a great partnership with TVEyes. TVEyes provides a rich and consistent media monitoring service to our public relations firm and clients. We love how quickly we gain access to TV clips from any marketand the ability to edit clips within TVEyes. We highly value our relationship with TVEyes and we recommend them frequently to many of our peers.
Jason Mudd, APR
AXIA Public Relations
TVEyes allows us to monitor TV networks across the country in real-time. Being able to capture video and closed captioning within seconds after a keyword is mentioned on a network is an invaluable resource to our leadership. For a recent nationwide operation we were able to monitor coverage instantly across the United States. The web based system also enables us to save and send clips to our staff.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
We used to DVR all our media clips, and I had no idea how much we were missing. Even when the Wisconsin Humane Society is mentioned six states away on local TV, we get those clips emailed to us in real time and it helps us accurately track our stories and evaluate their impact.Â When evaluating our budget for next year, it was the one PR tool that we agreed was too valuable to cut.
Director of Community Relations & Development,
Wisconsin Humane Society