Echo Moskvy, Interfax launch analytical radio program based on SCAN data
Echo Moskvy radio and Interfax Group have launched a joint series of weekly radio programs, SCANer, based on the frequency with which various well known people and companies are mentioned by media outlets, analysts and commentatorsEcho Moskvy radio and Interfax Group have launched a joint series of weekly radio programs, SCANer, based on the frequency with which various well known people and companies are mentioned by media outlets, analysts and commentators.
This rating is compiled based on the analysis of reports from Interfax‘s own SCAN comprehensive system, which operates more than 3,500 information sources, including newspapers, magazines, online media outlets, news agencies, blogs and news websites.
The first SCANer program, broadcast on January 21, was dedicated to President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, Former Moscow Mayor Yury Luzhkov, financial pyramid scheme founder Sergei Mavrodi and Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
As for the business results of the week, the Russian energy company Rosneft, which recently signed a strategic agreement with BP, led the SCAN rating. The technology corporations Apple, Google, IBM and Yandex made it to the rating’s top 10 list as well.
The SCANer program is aired on FM 91.2 and VHF 73.82 every Friday after 10:00 p.m. The online version of the program is also available at http://www.echo.msk.ru/programs/skaner/.
*** The SCAN comprehensive news analysis system ( www.scan.interfax.ru ) offers access to online media archives, as well as professional instruments of textual information monitoring and analysis.
SCAN is the one and only system that operates an archive of reports published by Interfax Group since 1989. Furthermore, the integration of the new analytical resource with Interfax’s other information systems provides a one of a kind set of tools for data comparison and more profound analysis.
The information processing instruments offered by the system facilitate document selection and search, help compile statistics and ratings of citations, as well as help find reference data, market-related information and free public records on officials, companies and regions.
SCAN receives information from suppliers on legally pure terms.
SCAN possesses full-text reports from Russia’s 3,500 leading central (Moscow-based) and regional media outlets, and more than 30,000 new documents are added to the system every day.