Source: Dow Jones & Company
Dow Jones & Company (NYSE: DJ) today announced a global agreement with InfoNgen to distribute Dow Jones news via InfoNgen's powerful platform that automatically monitors and adds tags to content from more than 15,000 sources.
Under the terms of the agreement, InfoNgen customers will be able to search and access Dow Jones real-time market-moving news and information via their Web, desktop and data feed solutions.
"We are pleased to add Dow Jones to our catalog of content," said John Mahoney, CTO and co-founder, InfoNgen. "Dow Jones's news, combined with our sophisticated real-time content discovery capabilities, will help clients stay abreast of information critical to their business."
InfoNgen's proprietary Discovery Engine organizes and filters financial content to match users' needs and extracts valuable information from tens of thousands of online sources. InfoNgen automatically adds financial-specific tags and topics to all inbound content, including mainstream news sites, local and foreign language media, blogs and regulatory sites. By customizing the filters, users receive real-time alerts with finely focused information that's relevant to them.
"Financial professionals look to Dow Jones's coverage of economic, financial and political news to find insight on the markets," said Tom Waite, vice president of partners and alliances of the Dow Jones Enterprise Media Group. "With more than 12,000 items published daily, Dow Jones looks forward to working with InfoNgen to ensure that users get the specific breaking news and analysis that affects their markets and investments."