NEW YORK , April 22, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Dow Jones has launched a series of customer-driven enhancements to its Factiva Media Analytics tool, enabling users to convert search results into meaningful and engaging visuals.
“A picture is worth a thousand words,” said Brian Gelinas, general manager of Factiva. “The enhancements we’ve made to our Analytics combine powerful data with an extended content archive to give our users an impactful and efficient way of analyzing news and industry trends. Any search a user creates can now become a visual.”
Factiva’s Media Analytics allows users to visualize the exclusive collection of premium content that is unique to Factiva. Users can now build charts on news data that dates back to 1985 as well as overlay news trend data with company stock price movement, in order to understand how news correlates to stock changes. Other chart options include Share of Voice, Top Subjects, Authors, Companies and Sources.
Factiva’s enhanced charting capabilities give users greater ability to map historic industry trends, tell a clear and compelling research story and maximize Factiva’s deep content archive.
Charts can be easily shared with colleagues through Factiva Newsletters and Factiva Homepages. They can also be downloaded and added to presentations. Two examples of charts created in Factiva Analytics are here.
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