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New Zealand Now Has “EARS”

MEDIA RELEASE – For Immediate Release March 2005

New Zealand now has “EARS”

Media Search now monitors broadcast media- making it the first comprehensive media monitoring service in New Zealand

Renowned as New Zealand’s leading supplier of media monitoring services, Media Search announces the addition of EARS (Electronic Audio Recording System) for broadcast monitoring of radio and TV, making Media Search the only company in New Zealand to monitor all forms of media – press, internet, radio and television.

Paul O’Connor, Managing Director of Media Search regards the addition of the broadcast monitoring service as a key benefit for both new and existing Media Search clients. “We’re continually striving to improve our service, and it’s this commitment which has led to importing the EARS technology to broaden our service to encompass all media outlets including traditional and non-traditional, such as the internet”.

For the first time companies in New Zealand and internationally can receive instant access to audio and video news files delivered via CD, DVD or digitally emailed audio files. These provide timely access to broadcast news files keeping organisations at the forefront of information, giving competitive advantage to management teams.

New Zealand and international clients now have access to the most up-to-date information 24 hours a day from all media forums.

Ends

Media Search Background

Media Search is New Zealand’s market leader in the media management industry with clients in business, public relations and government sectors. Media Search’s range of services covers print and broadcast media and the internet. The company is part of the Media Monitors group, with comprehensive media services across Australia and New Zealand.

For more information - www.mediasearch.co.nz


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