Federal News Service LLC announced today the launch of its ELECTION 2012 service providing timely, accurate, verbatim transcripts covering every major presidential candidate as well as searchable TV and online monitoring. “We’ve put together the big three components: online, TV and verbatim transcripts,” said Rebecca Snyder, Federal News Service’s vice president and general manager. “We created the new ELECTION 2012 service to provide a broad and deep perspective on the upcoming presidential election, delivered in a unique format that allows subscribers easy access to national as well as the all-important local sources,” she said. “If you require reliable media monitoring and rapid delivery of what candidates actually said, then ELECTION 2012 is exactly what you need,” Snyder added. Subscribers to ELECTION 2012 receive:
- Verbatim transcripts of public remarks by all the candidates, extending across key interviews, speeches and public appearances, along with complete transcripts of the debates,
- Monitoring of relevant print, online and broadcast election content at national, state and local levels from all broadcast markets nationwide,
- Extensive archives from the beginning of this campaign cycle with additional material added daily, and
- Searching, tracking and notification tools allowing subscribers to make efficient use of ELECTION 2012’s powerful capabilities.
“All of its products are fully searchable to facilitate quick location of important phrases or names,” Snyder said.In addition to ELECTION 2012, other Federal News Service offerings include:
- Washington Transcripts, delivering to subscribers exactly what was said, almost in real time, from Washington, D.C., newsmakers.
- Media Monitoring Tools to track, measure and assess the effectiveness of media messages or track important issues and newsmakers.
- On-Demand Transcription Service, transforming audio material into a readable format quickly and accurately.
- On-Demand Translation Service, accurately translating documents or text among more than 60 languages.