CyberAlert Monitors News in China, Japan and Korea in Native Languages
CyberAlert, the online media monitoring and press clipping service, today announced that it is now monitoring the native language of news sources in China, Japan and Korea.
[ClickPress, Fri Dec 01 2006] CyberAlert, the online media monitoring and press clipping service, today announced that it is now monitoring the native language of news sources in China, Japan and Korea.
The CyberAlert news monitoring service enables clients to set up and monitor key words in multiple languages, using both English and han characters for the key search terms. Han characters are the glyph or ideographic characters native to each language -- hanzi (Chinese), kanji (Japanese) or hanja (Korean). Clients utilizing the CyberAlert online news monitoring and clipping service can implement searches in up to 25 different languages.
CyberAlert now monitors more than 1,800 native language news sources in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan; 700 in Japan; and 500 in Korea. Media coverage includes daily and weekly newspapers, news syndication services, consumer magazines, and trade journals for most every industry category.
CyberAlert offers a no-risk 14-day free trial of the worldwide online press clipping and news monitoring service. The free media monitoring trial is available at https://secure.cyberalert.com/ftorder3.html.
More information about the online media monitoring services is available at http://www.cyberalert.com/cyberalert.html.
William J. Comcowich
President/CEO, CyberAlert, Inc.
Stratford, CT 06615