Finch Computing Releases Finch DaaS Broadcast
Reston, VA – Finch Computing, makers of natural language processing and entity intelligence tools, today announced the release of its Finch Data as a Service (DaaS) Broadcast, which provides users with an enriched feed of television and radio broadcast transcripts from over 2,500 stations around the world, including all 210 DMAs in the United States.
“We know that broadcast content is important in a number of critical business and intelligence use cases,” Finch Computing Chief Technology Officer Scott Lightner said. “With Finch DaaS Broadcast, we can apply our expertise in NLP, ML and AI alongside proprietary algorithms that enable customers to find valuable insights in text – in real-time and at scale.”
With Finch DaaS Broadcast, users receive original broadcast transcripts, station and program metadata, as well as a refined transcript that is fully enriched with the entities mentioned, geospatial coordinates, key phrases and topic vectors. Finch DaaS Broadcast remove ads and other filler content and can further filter the content based on geographic region, station, time of day or topics being discussed.
Working with a global broadcast content provider, Finch DaaS covers more than 2,600 television and radio stations, all 210 DMAs in the U.S. and includes cable, satellite, streaming or terrestrial broadcast content in 22 languages from 26 countries.
Interested users can try Finch DaaS Broadcast for free by visiting: https://daas.finchcomputing.com/
To learn more about Finch Computing and all of its text analytics products, please visit finchai.com.