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LEXIS-NEXIS Releases FOX News Transcripts, Announces Enhancements to Intellectual Property Solutions

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LEXIS-NEXIS Releases FOX News Transcripts, Announces Enhancements to Intellectual Property Solutions


LEXIS-NEXIS has announced that the transcripts of FOX News cable and broadcast shows are now available from LEXISNEXIS Services. LEXIS-NEXIS has also announced feature enhancements and content additions to the LEXIS-NEXIS Intellectual Property Solutions.

FOX News Transcripts

From the FOX News transcripts, business professionals can glean information from in-depth reports on a broad range of topics including politics, business, sports, health, lifestyles, family, psychology, and entertainment. FOX operates news bureaus around the world staffed by journalists who are committed to fair and balanced reporting, according to the announcement.

The FOX News organization relies on information from LEXIS-NEXIS in the course of completing everyday tasks or strategic projects. "LEXIS-NEXIS is a vital tool at FOX News," said Bert Solivan, director of news information at FOX News. "It is used for a variety of tasks from general research and business intelligence to fact-checking stories and aiding in booking guests."

Each evening, FOX News Channel delivers 1-hour programs that analyze the day's events, feature interviews with newsmakers, and provide continuous news delivery. The transcripts on LEXIS-NEXIS services include the Cavuto Business Report, Special Report with Brit Hume, The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity & Colmes, The Crier Report, The Drudge Report, and Beltway Boys.

FOX News transcripts can be found in the FOXNWS file on the LEXIS-NEXIS system, and under "F" in the "News by individual publication" selection in the graphical and Web products. FOX News transcripts are also available in the ALLNWS, CURNWS, 90DAYS, and SCRIPT files. Transcripts are available within 24 hours of the air date, and coverage dates back to July 1998.

Intellectual Property Solutions

LEXIS-NEXIS' latest intellectual property enhancements include the continued development of international content with the addition of Japanese Patent Abstracts; the creation of Group Patent Files for comprehensive patent searching; the integration of intellectual property materials through Patent Reference Linking; the addition of new, flat-rate subscription pricing programs; and the addition of images of interest to intellectual property practitioners coming to LEXIS-NEXIS Universe, the company's Web product for business professionals.

"These enhancements demonstrate our commitment to help corporate researchers be more productive and effective, as well as to significantly enhance the practice of intellectual property law," said Tim Davies, chief operating officer of the NEXIS division of LEXIS-NEXIS. "And, of course we've now also created advantages over competitive offerings. The integrity and currentness of our intellectual property materials provide our customers with the confidence to base important business decisions."

As part of LEXIS-NEXIS' complete solution, it offers a team of specialized sales consultants in the Intellectual Property Solutions Group who are consultative experts. Combined with the company's unsurpassed 24-hour[7 day Customer Service and technical consultants for on-site assistance, LEXIS-NEXIS offers much more than a collection of content that is unparalleled in its breadth of coverage, ease of use, and value-added enhancements, according to the company.

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