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Content Analysis & Fact-Checking for Journalists and J-Schools

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Stream live TV

Content Analysis:

Analyze coverage of a topic across major networks and TV affiliates. See an example.

Watch recorded TV

TV Search:

Search TV like you search the internet. Use filters and boolean logic to narrow down results.

Transcripts

Coding of Transcripts:

Download transcripts for any recording made in SnapStream & eliminate labor-intensive manual processes.

TV archiving

TV Archiving:

Build a searchable digital archive to store all of your TV recordings, add storage to hold as much as you need.

Email alert

Media Monitoring:

Set email alerts for keywords to monitor mentions of any keyword from TV

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Multi-Departmental Use:

SnapStream isn't restricted to use by just one department, there's no limit to the amount of users.

Case Studies

Oct 25, 2017

Analyzing Broadcast Journalism at Emerson College

“It enables us to be spontaneous and dynamic. I can perform an ad hoc search, create a clip on the fly, and pull it up in class."
Paul Niwa - Graduate Journalism Professor

How Emerson College is able to capture, search and view live TV in the classroom >>

Explore Searching TV
Nov 10, 2017

Expanding TV Research Capabilities at Indiana University

“It’s essentially the world's largest DVR but with a search engine”
Sharon Mayell - Assistant director - Institute for Communication Research

How researchers at Indiana University search through 800+ TV episodes in seconds >>

"Excellent customer service and reliability of the appliance."
- Media Specialist, University of Hawaii

Wondering How Much?

Download the full pricing sheet.

SnapStream Replaces

SnapStream replaces VCRs and VHS tapes for archiving and content analysis.
See how SnapStream completely transformed the CHEER lab at the University of Cincinnati.

SnapStream replaces VCRs and VHS tapes

Analyzing Broadcast Journalism

KHOU-TV

SnapStream provides the Department of Journalism at Emerson College with the ability to capture, edit and view live TV in the classroom, access to a vast archvie of TV news broadcasts and is a valuable tool for media research and content analysis.

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