The media never sleeps, and neither do we.
Our early morning Daily Briefings team is up and busy before the sun rises, making sure you’re informed of the day's media landscape before your day starts.
Daily Briefings from Isentia, are a customised media report containing key print, broadcast and online media coverage of specific interest to your business. Guided by your specific requirements, our specialist team of editors identify and summarise the main news items from your media intelligence brief into one, easy to digest update.
A Daily Briefing provides a high-level snapshot of the day’s coverage and can highlight key issues for your organisation, your category, your competitors and/or the industry at large. By staying on top of the media and key influencers on a daily basis, you can be assured you’re being kept fully informed of the events that are likely to shape your day.
Your organisation’s Daily Briefing
Daily Briefing are an efficient and effective way of cutting through the noise and complexity of a 24/7 news cycle and distributing highly relevant media coverage across your organisation. The Isentia Daily Briefing is our primary daily report offering that’s being used by the C-Suite at listed businesses as well as at Ministerial level in both local and national government departments across Asia Pacific.
The result of a well planned and executed Daily Briefing is a clean and easily digestible report of press, radio, television and online media items delivered in plain text, HTML or Word formats.
Hyperlinks are displayed in HTML versions so you can easily access relevant media coverage, from your desk, smartphone or tablet.
Key benefits of a Daily Briefing service include:
- Your Daily Briefing is delivered by 0700 so you’re always first to know
- Your briefing can be delivered up to 7 days a week and up to 3 times each day
- A Daily Briefing can easily save up to 21 hours a week for your team
- This amalgamated approach minimises email alert traffic for your key stakeholders, and
- The Briefing makes it easier to identify and consume key stories
News timelines can be tightly controlled, but once that embargo ends in the early hours of the morning, our Daily Briefing editors go to work.
Get them working for you and wake up to a comprehensive view of the day - contact us now.