NewsNow Launches World Cup 2010 News Aggregation Microsite

Britain’s largest homegrown news aggregator to provide comprehensive real-time coverage of World Cup news

June 1st, 2010 London, UK:, Britain’s largest homegrown aggregator of links to breaking news, today launches NewsNow World Cup 2010, a dedicated microsite providing the most comprehensive, real-time coverage of links to breaking tournament news.

Drawing on over 40,000 news sources, the NewsNow World Cup 2010 microsite will feature news feeds linking to articles on every team as well as complete, up-to-date fixture lists and group rankings. There will also be dedicated news feeds for injuries, suspensions, tickets, FIFA, and referees. In addition, NewsNow will be monitoring the competition and launching feeds covering any key topics that arise as the event unfolds. Fans can also access all NewsNow's World Cup coverage via the version of its site designed especially for small screens, NewsNow Mobile.

According to Struan Bartlett, Managing Director and Chairman of NewsNow: “Fans of all 32 teams in the tournament should find the NewsNow World Cup 2010 microsite to be the most comprehensive, real-time source of news available. England fans, for example, will be informed 24/7 of every news story that talks about the team, its players and any other England-related World Cup stories within minutes of the story breaking, making the NewsNow World Cup 2010 microsite a one stop shop for news about the event.”

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NewsNow is Europe's pioneering Internet news monitoring agency and supplier of tailored, aggregated newsfeeds.

NewsNow's customers hail from the world's PR, marketing, communications and web design departments of SME, national and multinational businesses and charitable organisations.

These organisations use NewsNow to gather and monitor news relevant to their company, clients, competitors, market industry and sector. Their news feeds may be delivered to their inbox, to their intranet or extranet or alternatively to NewsNow's secure web archive interface.

NewsNow is one of only a few companies able to offer this kind of online monitoring. Its customers include Exxon, Rolls-Royce, AMD and Sony Computer Entertainment.

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NewsNow History

NewsNow was founded in 1997. It began as a news aggregation website ( that fast became the UK's leading news portal. Today the portal features over 3300 topics and attracts 215 million page impressions monthly.

In 1998 NewsNow began delivering tailored news feeds to customers' websites.

In 2001, the addition of a sophisticated custom search engine capable of full-text search enabled NewsNow to deliver high-quality but cost-effective tailored Internet news monitoring solutions to PR, marketing and communications professionals of SME, national and multinational businesses and charitable organisations.

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