Combining human editorial judgment with the latest information-management technologies,
and its extensions reflect a new
paradigm in Newsdesk Editorial Systems.
In the first step, the
Sources of raw content
are selected. These are then routinely processed through News Intelligence
Software containing news filtering, name identification and topic
categorization technologies readily available from well-established
Editors in a real-time
News Room screen the stories
thus identified to eliminate duplicate and superficial content, regardless
of source. After desk-editing into succinct reports, they weight each item
for significance. The editors then apply a proprietary, Access-developed
Editorial Standard, based on a taxonomy/thesaurus of proper names and common
industry terms. Updated dynamically to stay abreast of the newest and most
recent changes and the most current usage, this Editorial Standard, applied
to current news, enables editors to link reports related to each other and
to end-user subscribers’ specific points of interest.
Link to Systems Diagram.
Once produced, this Indexed News Feed is
transmitted via Electronic-mail Networks to end-user
Subscribers. Using software incorporating the same proprietary Editorial
Standard, recipients can then extract content specifically tailored to their
information needs. Installed at either the head-end or at the desktop,
employing proper names and industry terms commonly understood and easily
adjusted by any level business and professional person, this software can
refine the relevance of this content to specific points of interest-as
these change, with the news, over time-like no other in the market today.
To close the circle, the system can
include a built-in natural language search engine which with a simple click
on any report of special interest, can bring up a multi-tier analysis and
retrieve the full-text of highly relevant reference information from a wide
range of archived sources.