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World Review Web site Launched by Geopolitical Information Service

LONDON, December 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

The worldreview.info  Web site provides analysis and insights from experts on world affairs. World Review is published by the Liechtenstein-based Geopolitical Information Service AG (GIS), and is powered by advanced news communities technology from KnowledgeView  Ltd of the UK.

World Review is founded by H.S.H Prince Michael of Liechtenstein, President of the liberal think tank, the European Centre of Austrian Economics Foundation (ECAEF). It aims to create a vibrant community of users interested in news and reports on defense & security, politics and economics. Users can follow experts, topics or other users interested in similar topics, share reports, add reports to own collections, rate reports and comment on them.

The KnowledgeView technology for news communities also offer a quick and easy registration through social media accounts, and allow users to have their own personalized news views using a unique system of tagging stories. News and reports are viewed through innovative NewsPad designs on the Web and tablets, with mobile apps due early in 2013. A 'listening' audio option is available for all stories.

"We wanted to create a vibrant community of people and organizations interested in unbiased analysis and insights from experts on world affairs on http://www.worldreview.info and mobile apps. We also wanted to do it from the same content hub that drives our geopolitical-info.com site with the least editorial effort. NewsPad magically does that for us."  Reiner Mittelbach, CEO, Geopolitical Information Service


"World Review offers excellent coverage on world affairs, and we are very pleased that GIS has opted for KnowledgeView's advanced technology to create a vibrant community around its experts' reports." Dr. Ali Al-Assam, Managing Director, KnowledgeView.

To find the latest mobile technology and digital publishing news:

Download our iPad App "KnowledgeViewConnect
Like our Facebook page "KnowledgeViewLtd."
Follow us on on Twitter "KnowledgeViewLtd."
Visit Our mobile site @ "mobile.knowledgeView.info

Download our Android mobile App "KnowledgeView Android mobile App"

About KnowledgeView

KnowledgeView Ltd is a UK-based company with headquarters in London and MENA regional office in Beirut. KnowledgeView has a unique combination of industry leaders on its Board and powerful publishing technology used by leading media players globally.

The company was founded in 1995 to develop cross-media publishing, news management and editorial sharing systems, with over fourty media companies and 5000 journalists using its Publish live systems. KnowledgeView has also established a leading position in mobile apps development on the iPad, iPhone, Android tablet and Web-mobile platforms. KnowledgeView's client base extends over four continents with such names as Dow Jones Newswire, CNN, Geopolitical Information Service, Australian Associated Press, Qatar News Agency, Saudi Research and Marketing Group, Abu Dhabi Media, MarocSoir Group and Deloitte &Touche, to name a few.

Publish live suite of products and services enables publishers to extend their reach and increase revenues, through easy multi-publishing to paper, Web, mobile iPhone and iPad as well as the Android platform and social networks.

KnowledgeView's 'Publish live Newsroom', is a powerful news management and editorial sharing system for automating acquisition and classification, setting the standard for the next generation of news management systems. It allows media groups to setup their own cloud-based Content Hubs for extending their reach into their communities and generating revenues from advertising and subscriptions.

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