Livefyre Launches "Livefyre Newshub"; a One-Stop Destination For Real-Time News, Social Content and Updates About Topics and Events
San Francisco, CA, Jan 08, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Livefyre, the leading provider of real-time software for businesses, brands and TV Networks today announced the launch of "Livefyre NewsHub".
Livefyre NewsHub is a compilation of multiple Livefyre technologies that aggregates social content in real-time including tweets, Instagram photos and more about any event, along with the top articles being written. Livefyre also adds a level of engagement so each piece of content can be interacted with.
First to launch today is Livefyre's CES NewsHub (ces.livefyre.com) which will serve as a real-time news source to keep up with the latest announcements and social chatter from the Las Vegas show. Included in the CES NewsHub is a news aggregate, tracking the most buzzed about articles on CES from leading tech sites and blogs, a curation of tweets and photos coming from journalists and other attendees at the event, and a stream of social media tweets and images on brands making product announcements at the show so you can easily see who is generating the most conversation. Starting today, Livefyre customers can create similar experiences for their users by taking advantage of the widgets and templates utilized in the CES NewsHub.
"Everything Livefyre creates is about real-time social interaction. With Livefyre NewsHub we're able to build off of our current platform to curate the best original and social content across the web and put it in one destination site. Whether attending the event or not, users can be in the middle of the action and see the people, products and companies that are driving conversations during the event," said Livefyre Founder and CEO Jordan Kretchmer.
The CES NewsHub is live today through the end of Friday (1/11). Upcoming Livefyre NewsHubs will be revealed for future events.
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