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What we’re talking about: the latest about news automation

We work hand-in-hand with our publisher partners. Together we develop the content and we support their distribution requirements - and we like to talk about it.

Here, you can stay up-to-date with what goes on in our publisher universe.

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United Robots + partners headline new automation report

We’re proud to note that United Robots publisher partners feature heavily in a big, new international report on automated journalism from INMA (International News Media Association). While we’ve not been directly involved in the production of the report, it relies on several cases from our publisher partners and draws on insights provided by us and our clients during workshops and webinars over the past ten months. And its two main takeaways are that 1, automation is good for the bottom line, and 2, it frees up time for (but does not replace) journalists.

New product: Hurricane updates for US

In partnership with US local media group McClatchy, we have developed a Hurricane bot, which creates automated updates on data from the National Hurricane Center in the US. The bot was put to the test as hurricane Ian made land fall at the end of September (the image is from its land fall over the Carolinas).

We work with top US real estate data  company PropMix

We're happy to announce that in the US market we're now working with PropMix – a collaboration that enables media companies to deliver hyper local real estate articles containing sales and market insights. The partnership means we're able to provide highly relevant and timely real estate news stories for local media companies to attract readers – based on top quality data from a renowned provider.

Two Swedish groups live with automated business articles

Swedish local media group Stampen was the first in the country to publish our new automated business articles, based on annual reports, on their sites Hallands Nyheter, Hallandsposten and TTELA in April. 
A few weeks later, another major Swedish local media company, NTM, followed suit, publishing the business articles on Upsala Nya Tidning. NTM have also opted to include the automatically generated data visualizations we offer via our new partner, Norwegian data visualization experts everviz.

Canadian Brunswick News live with automated junior ice hockey content

We're excited to announce our first North American publisher to go live with automated sports content. It's the very digitally savvy Brunswick News in New Brunswick, Canada, who are running a content automation pilot in partnership with United Robots. We deliver game reports for two junior ice hockey leagues in the region, complete with game graphics with team logos, results and goal scorers. This new junior sports content forms part of Brunswick News' subscription offer.

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