Everything that Aired on TV and Radio. | Deceptively Simple, Powerfully Searchable.
BE THE FIRST TO KNOW AND THE FIRST TO ADVISE.
Our broadcast monitoring suite keeps you on top of TV and radio coverage no matter where it appears – on CNN, on the local NBC affiliate in Twin Falls, Idaho, or broadcast over the radio airwaves in Trinidad. Our powerful tools help you discover and pinpoint the right clips easily, analyze the impact and report successes widely.
H O W I T W O R K S
Keep organized as you search. Just click and save to Archive to review and share at a later time.
Creating reports is powerfully simple. Click, add, annotate and edit. Add analysis and commentary. Share with executives, account teams and clients. See? You’re simply powerful.
No need to waste time downloading megabyte-heavy clips to your hard drive. Edit, annotate and store your coverage right on TVEyes. And once you’ve saved any clips to Media Center, they remain available forever.
Put TV coverage in context. With viewership data and publicity value, you can show PR ROI and benchmark against the competitors. Paint a picture for executives and clients by displaying share of voice and geographic reach of coverage in charts and graphs.
Just one look. That’s all it takes to know if your brand’s coverage is off beat – or in tune with your talking points. Simply log into your dashboard to review updates and relevant clips.
Set up multiple alerts to track coverage of brands or clients as it happens. Keep watch using the dashboard or have alerts emailed to you moments after broadcast.
With pioneering audio/video search and advanced speech-to-text technologies, our search engine is purpose-built for television and radio research. Don’t let its intuitive ease fool you. It will deliver the right coverage fast – whether you search using a simple keyword or complex logic.
Get a visual assessment of recent coverage. Media Snapshot enables you to compare what has been broadcast on all the channels TVEyes monitors simultaneously, so that you can determine what – if any – response is needed.
Keep executives and clients informed
Set alerts on your schedule
Monitor simple or complex terms
Filter by specific stations
See trends in coverage
Save clips for future analysis
Report coverage to stakeholders
Build better briefing books
Research PR campaign ideas
Identify new PR opportunities