The Inter American Press Association (IAPA) signs agreement with AI data and news syndicator ContentEngine

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The opportunity is especially valuable to news organizations since it provides a totally new revenue stream that does not in any way compete with the traditional sources of revenue of publishers

The largest association of news content publishers in Latin America, the Inter American Press Association (IAPA has entered into an agreement with the regional syndication leader and artificial intelligence data provider, ContentEngine, LLC., to provide an additional source of revenue for news publishers.

The ContentEngine syndication program will provide IAPA members with a channel to participate in Artificial Intelligence data syndication with the most prestigious research services globally, including LexisNexis, Dow Jones and ThomsonReuters among others. The opportunity is especially valuable to news organizations since it provides a totally new revenue stream that does not in any way compete with the traditional sources of revenue of publishers. 98% of subscribers that use the global distribution platforms of ContentEngine’s clients are corporate and institutional researchers based outside the Latin America region.

IAPA will feature the introduction of ContentEngine at the upcoming III Hemispheric Conference on Media and Digital Services, SIP Connect 2017, to be held in Miami June 21-23. More on SIP Connect at: http://en.sipiapa.org/notas/1211080-call-to-sipconnect-2017

As the most influential press and media association in the region, IAPA carries out a regular, methodical and systematic process of activities designed to serve its mission defending and promoting freedom of the press. Among the most outstanding activities are:

  • Monitoring of violations of freedom of the press and expression in each country of the Americas, including surveillance and mobilization of executives, personalities and institutions in defense of freedom of expression and the interests of the press.
  • Promoting access to public information laws and eliminate legislation restricting freedom of the press, including proactive support for the creation and dissemination of supra-national jurisprudence that serves as a precedent favorable to freedom of expression in the hemisphere.

“We are at the crossroads of a new era in digital information dissemination” commented Hector Botero, CEO of ContentEngine. “The advent of Artificial Intelligence will make news content more valuable, accessible and important than ever. Our goal is to work with IAPA to make sure the Latin America publishers lead in this effort” said Mr. Botero.

About Inter American Press Association

The IAPA is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the defense and promotion of freedom of the press and of expression in the Americas. It is made up of more than 1,300 publications from throughout the Western Hemisphere and is based in Miami, Florida.

More on IAPA: http://en.sipiapa.org/contenidos/home.html

About ContentEngine

ContentEngine’ s origins trace back to 1996 as International Media Services (IMS), a Latin America-focused media services company operating in 18 countries. In 2008, Canada’s largest private equity group, OMERS Private Equity, and Marketwired acquired GNCS.  In 2016, GNCS became a part of NASDAQ and Hector Botero, the founder of GNCS, entered into negotiations to acquire GNCS back from NASDAQ, which resulted in the shutting down of GNCS and launching of ContentEngine to take over the existing business and expand with a greater focus on artificial intelligence (AI) applications in business,  financial, legal and scientific content.

 

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