TVEyes offers free service during Critical Mention outage
FAIRFIELD, Conn., Oct. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TVEyes announced today a special offer for Critical Mention users who need a replacement media monitoring system. The company will provide 30 days free service for all Critical Mention customers who are unable to use the service due to a data center failure after the superstorm Sandy.
David Ives, CEO of TVEyes, Inc., said, "TVEyes is here to help. Media monitoring is crucial to the success of business, government and non-profit organizations that are subjects of television coverage, or impacted by what is broadcast. When your service provider is unavailable, you're sunk. So TVEyes will provide any Critical Mention user with 30 days free service to ensure that they can go about their business."
Critical Mention customers should email email@example.com to begin their free 30-day subscription to TVEyes Media Monitoring Suite. The offer is open until November 30 or when Critical Mention service resumes, whichever is later.
"We've had some interesting calls this week," continued Ives. "The re-election campaign of President Obama contacted us for a replacement for Critical Mention and of course, we immediately provided with service. We already provide service to The White House and the campaign for Mitt Romney, so you might say that we're the next President's choice."
TVEyes Inc. is headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut and has operational facilities located across the United States and internationally. The company was formed in 1999 in the field of television and radio monitoring and quickly became the most technically advanced media monitoring company in the world. TVEyes technology has been recognized by the United States Department of Defense as a sole source provider for key monitoring applications around the world.
The TVEyes business model has grown to encompass a wide range of services and market segments involving automated speech-to-text and advanced audio/video search. TVEyes was the first media monitoring company to deploy a worldwide network of fully automated TV and radio monitoring servers and continues to add coverage aggressively to its network.
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