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December 22, 2010

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David Geddes

Katie -- While the entrance of SAS into the measurement platform world is laudable, SAS is far form the only company offering an integrated platform that can aggregate,analyze, and report on the full range of communications channels ranging form traditional print and broadcast to online news, blogs, comments, discussion groups, forums, online video, and microblogs. For others, refer to Zach Hofer-Shall's Forrester reports on Social Media listening platforms.

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