Cision Expands Its Next Generation Communications Cloud with Global Print Monitoring

Cision | July 01, 2020

Today Cision announced it has expanded its current product offering, making available global print content from more than 100 countries to the 7 million+ sources it currently monitors in the Next Generation Communications Cloud. Cision customers are now able to get print clips from regions across the world including Europe, Africa, Latin and Central America, Caribbean, Asia, and Middle East. Learn more about global print content and Cision media monitoring here.

"Cision is thrilled to announce global print monitoring to give PR and communications professionals expanded native print options to complete their views of their media coverage and its impact," said Brendon O'Donovan, Cision's Global Head of Product Marketing.

"We are committed to providing communicators with a single solution to effectively monitor, measure, and interpret earned media across all channels, and this new capability will help ensure that our clients capture global mentions of their brand, inclusive of print and off-line sources."

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Trend Micro Incorporated | December 14, 2021

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Arc | January 14, 2022

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