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Five experienced media and technology professionals are meeting a huge business need with the introduction of NEWSLINE360™. This new cloud-based newsroom building platform enables companies, from any industry, to break through the news clutter to effectively tell their brand story while building one-on-one relationships with journalists, industry partners and customers.
The NEWSLINE360™ newsroom becomes part of the company’s website, automatically sending news—releases, videos, photos—to journalists and others. It’s fully integrated with social media, automatically feeding news to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and other channels. Companies can promote events, sell tickets and take RSVPs...and more.
1. Newsrooms that connect directly with journalists, industry partners and customers
NEWSLINE360™ newsrooms connect directly with journalists and other groups who follow them. Whenever new information is posted, these people automatically receive the breaking news. Posts can be pre-scheduled for later distribution.
2. Many easy-to-use features for building great looking, functional and modern newsrooms
With NEWSLINE360™, businesses can easily post the media-rich content that today’s media need—photos, video, audio--and maintain an events calendar.
3. Priced affordably
Packages start at only $79 per month, and for journalists, NEWSLINE360™ is absolutely free.
4. Ideal for companies of any size and business stage
NEWSLINE360 is ideal for companies, non-profits, trade and professional associations and other organizations both large and small, consumer-oriented or B2B, helping them control their brand message while they professionally feed the marketplace with their latest news.
5. Designed in collaboration with top journalists
The NEWSLINE360™ team has worked closely with top journalists to shape the platform, which solves key problems for them. Journalists control what they receive as they get a private online dashboard which contains only news that fits their beat. Using the JAQ feature (Journalists Asking Questions), journalists can privately send out story information requests directly to company contacts.