CyberAlert Grants Free Media Monitoring Service to 20
January 28, 2010 10:20 AM Eastern Time
STRATFORD, Conn.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--CyberAlert, Inc., the worldwide online news monitoring, press clipping,
monitoring and social media monitoring service, today announced the award of 20 Public Relations (PR) Grants for 2010 to Not-fo
Organizations in the United States and Canada. Each grant is for one free year of CyberAlert 4.0 Online News Monitoring Service,
42,000+ online news sources worldwide in 50+ languages in 189 countries. Award winners may also opt to receive CyberAlert’s T
monitoring service or social media monitoring service including the BlogSquirrel blog monitoring service and Netpinions, a service th
message boards and forums.
In announcing the award recipients, William J. Comcowich, president and CEO of CyberAlert stated: "We're very pleased that Cyb
effectively help these not-for-profit organizations monitor their public relations successes as they carry on their vital services.”
The total retail value of this year's grants exceeds $75,000. Since starting the PR Grants program in 2004, CyberAlert has awarded
media monitoring grants to not-for-profit organizations with a retail value of more than $375,000.
The 2009 award recipients are located in nine different states (AL, CA, CO, IL, MD, MO, NY, OR, TX), the District of Columbia
Canadian province (Ontario). The recipients range from major organizations such as National Wildlife Federation to smaller service
groups such as Redlight Children’s Campaign and Operation Gratitude.
The following organizations are CyberAlert’s 2010 Public Relations grant recipients:
American Association on Health and Disability (AAHD)
Dedicated to improving the health and wellness of children and adults with disabilities through education, public awareness, research
American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)
Seeks to improve healthcare by advancing b