Oregon Business has launched the first online real-time stream dedicated to business news on its website, OregonBusiness.com. The service will deliver unprecedented statewide business and economic information in real time. Read more.
Oregon Business has launched the first online real-time stream dedicated to business news on its website, OregonBusiness.com. The service will deliver unprecedented statewide business and economic information in real time, Editor Robin Doussard said. Oregon Business is the nation’s first business publication and first magazine to use Nozzl Media’s proprietary real-time streaming technology.
News content for BUSINESS NEWS NOW will come from more than 350 content sources, including news organizations, private and public companies, economic-development agencies and colleges and universities in Oregon, in addition to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The real-time technology, provided by Portland-based Nozzl Media Inc., will stream news updates to the home page of OregonBusiness.com as they are posted to the Internet. An optional filter will allow users to tailor what they want to see.
“The continuous news stream in Business News Now provided by Nozzl Media will be invaluable to readers who want to know the news before it hits the news websites,” said Doussard. “Nozzl’s groundbreaking technology allows readers access to the root sources of business information in Oregon.”
“Nozzl Media is eager to provide Oregon Business‘s online readers with literally up-to-the-minute updates about breaking company news, corporate regulatory filings, blog postings from economists and other high-value information,” said Steve Woodward, chief executive officer of Nozzl Media.
Oregon Business, founded in 1981, reaches more 20,000 business, political and civic leaders across the state and is published monthly. In addition to the monthly print magazine, the editorial staff produces a Monday-Friday e-newsletter and edits OregonBusiness.com. The signature projects of the magazine are the “100 Best Companies to Work For in Oregon,” and its two companion projects, the “100 Best Nonprofits” and the “100 Best Green Companies.”
About Nozzl Media Inc.
Nozzl Media was formed in Portland, Oregon, in 2009 when a group of journalists and programmers took on the challenge of finding a way to help local news organizations survive in an era of declining revenue. The company is building technology that delivers hyperlocal streams of news, public records and social conversation to news websites and across mobile devices. For more information, visit Nozzl Media at nozzlmedia.com.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Robin Doussard, Editor, Oregon Business; [email protected]; 503-445-8829.
Steve Woodward, CEO, Nozzl Media; [email protected]; 503-568-5438.