Find social media content over the cloud—just added
Finding your social media content is now easier than ever. You can now deploy the Social Media Hub server across datacenters and cloud-based servers, and access content remotely using both the native application and the SMH pane in MediaCentral | UX. This gives you a lot more flexibility to choose the deployment model that best suits your needs.
Streamline workflows with MediaCentral | UX
With the newly integrated Social Media Hub pane in MediaCentral | UX, journalists and editors can now retrieve, modify, and filter social media using the same interface they’re already using for editorial tasks. SMH inherits the same essential advantages that MediaCentral | UX offers—it’s now scalable, cloud-friendly, not hardware-dependent, and simpler to manage in big installations. And you can access the same features in the SMH pane as in the standalone software.
Search for content in whole new ways
SMH enables you to search for social media content in new ways. Search by hashtag in Instagram. Filter Twitter content based on geolocation. Find all comments to a post in Facebook. And much more. You can also download media (clips) directly from Twitter and Facebook on demand. In addition, SMH offers new support for Tumblr and Flickr content, as well as media sent by email.
Secure access to your social accounts
With new user management and access rights tools, you can now assign user access per project, ensuring that only those authorized have access to your social media accounts. You can even restrict certain functions to only specific users for further protection. SMH also offers traceability, so if some misguided team member decides to publish something unauthorized or unsavory using your company’s account, he or she won’t get away with it.
Schedule content for publishing
No need to publish everything requested by other applications, such as Maestro, all at once. You can now schedule when you’d like certain content to be published automatically. Even schedule publishing within a given timeframe—such as Tuesdays from 1–3 pm when a given show is on air. You can also provide the community manager with an interface (in Maestro or SMH) that displays all requests, so he/she can decide when or if they should be published.