2017 was a turbulent year: With Donald Trump shaking up the American political system, cryptocurrencies causing riptides throughout financial markets, and advancements in artificial intelligence sparking both anticipation and anxiety in the scientific world, the passing year seems to have been dominated by a sense of uncertainty and a sea change waiting to happen at
Now that we’ve had a chance to recover from the Black Friday and Cyber Monday crazes, which chalked up record sales this year, it’s time to ask the inevitable question: was Black Friday worth it? Were products actually cheaper during this period, or was it all (massively successful) marketing hype meant to increase retail sales?
After a few long nights and some very tired developers, we’re proud to introduce the Broadcast Data Feed: transcribed, structured, and machine-readable television and radio programming from 1091 US TV stations, 21 Canadian TV stations, 83 Spanish-US TV Stations and 356 Radio Stations. This new product line is available and ready for you to use,
The vast majority of us use the web every single day – for news, shopping, socializing and really any type of activity you can imagine. But when it comes to acquiring data from the web for analytical or research purposes, you need to start looking at web content in a more technical way – breaking
Monitoring mass media has come a long way since the days of the press-cutting agency. The bulk of today’s news is published online, while modern technology lets us store, index and query massive amounts of textual data in milliseconds. Digitization presents clear advantages for consumers, who can now read or watch the news from the