Media Monitoring & Analysis
Our Media Intelligence team monitors all media coverage that is relevant to your organization, in the Netherlands, Benelux and international, from newspapers, newswires and online media, and on request also radio, television and social media. A complete, relevant and compact news overview in your inbox, translated into English or Dutch, every day – that’s our media intelligence in brief.
A full-service agency for all your media intelligence issues
We are not a clippings agency. Analysts with thorough industry knowledge, who manually browse print media and use advanced tools, inform you about everything your organization needs to be aware of on a daily basis. In addition to our daily overviews, our media analyses provide more background information. In these qualitative and quantitative analyses, media coverage is analyzed based on: content, volume, reach and authority. For internal communications purposes, our corporate writers transform the news into internal newsletters or an intranet RSS feed. And of course we can also provide clippings and translations of original articles.
Media monitoring for strategic communications
Citigate’s agency-wide cooperation, makes our media intelligence team an ideal partner during complex communications issues, including: crisis communications, communications during an IPO, merger or acquisition (M&A). On a daily basis we support management teams, corporate communications professionals, lawyers, investor relations and public affairs with a broad range of requests. We think along, respond directly, are on top of the news and guarantee flexibility.
Dutch media monitoring agency, global reach
Based in the Netherlands, our media intelligence team is ideally positioned to monitor media coverage in Benelux countries (Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg), international business media and other Western media outlets. Our access to international newswires, online media and print media is ideal for organizations with special interest in the Netherlands and neighbouring markets.