Qantas Talking Business: Elgar Welch from Streem joins Alan Kohler
Buzzfeed on 20th September 2017
Exclusive: Media analysis provided to BuzzFeed News shows the "no" side in the marriage equality debate is getting a lot more media attention than the "yes" side.
ABC Radio Melbourne on 20th September 2017
How and where are Australians engaging with media coverage about the #samesexmarriage postal survey? Streem CEO Elgar Welch joined ABC Melbourne’s Raphael Epstein to discuss the media’s coverage, tone and how audiences are consuming content about the campaign.
ABC Radio Central Victoria on 21st September 2017
Streem’s CEO Elgar Welch talks to Breakfast’s Fiona Parker about analysing the media and how issues impact the public’s perception.
B&T on 2nd August 2017
The PRIA announces Streem as Major Sponsor for this year’s Golden Target Awards, to be held at the Sydney Opera House in November 2017.
Crikey on 17th March 2017
When news started to spread out of Senate estimates that public servants were being forced to work out of the local McDonald’s in Armidale as part of Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce’s grand decentralisation plan, Joyce’s office would have been alerted to the tweets, online news articles and radio grabs within a minute of their publication or broadcast.
Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on 12th March 2017
As if the news cycle doesn’t feel fast enough, Streem’s media intelligence platform is helping corporate and government media managers spin the news in realtime.
The Australian on 19th November 2015
If today’s political hot topic doesn’t interest you, fear not. Like buses, TV home renovation shows and even prime ministers, there’ll be another one along in a minute.
Copyright Agency on 6th September 2017
Streem has entered into a content licensing agreement with the Copyright Agency, building on the company's existing publisher data agreements and delivering enhanced revenue to Australia's content creators.
SMH on 27th September 2017
Queenslanders are less interested in reading online news about the same-sex marriage postal vote than their southern neighbours. But when they do click, it tends to be on negative news stories.