From local to global now also throughout Latin America!
eMedia Monitor, leading provider of global real-time Radio and TV monitoring and international supplier to the professional media monitoring industry, responds to the increasing globalization with a complete range of monitoring services available now in additional 15 countries across Latin America: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela (in alphabetical order).
Globalization overcomes structural barriers, and rises volumes of economic growth, especially in Europe and in Latin America. eMM gives an ongoing boost to the media monitoring markets linked to this rising demand for global monitoring. The use of eMM’s fully automated technologies will help you to rise the success of your company, delivering growth while reducing negative impacts, and will enhance the quality, accuracy and speed of your services.
With eMM you can afford the costs of an on-going international broadcast monitoring …
As one of the technological innovation leaders in Europe, and provides state-of-the-art monitoring of Radio and TV from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Peru and the Dominican Republic.
eMM works with the leading media monitoring organizations in each country. All benchmarks against media monitoring companies using HR have proven eMM to find at least 30% more relevant mentions, and in addition the mentions are detected in real time. eMM wins more and more enthusiastic customers covering their presence on Radio and TV automatically.
Since eMedia Monitor launched its Radio and TV monitoring service in 2007, the service has expanded globally, first within Europe, then to Middle East and Australia. Now eMM has greatly extended their coverage in Central and South America. Clients and partners around the world — from Lima to Sydney, from Frankfurt to Cape Town, from London to Dubai — are using eMM’s services simultaneously, receiving personalized real-time alerts typically …