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aggregator

(networking)
A program for watching for new content at user-specified RSS feeds.

An example is BottomFeeder.

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Finally, in Part III, I explain how extending implied license doctrine to news aggregators can benefit both aggregators and newspapers.
Out of the 24 investigated content aggregators, 17 provide SMS to TV to an average of 15 operators each, while 23 content aggregators provide info SMS to an average of 11 operators each.
These pioneering aggregators understood they could realize enhanced profit sharing and income stability.
Aggregators typically provide a hyperlink to the Web site of each of the customer's account holders.
Private motor insurance is the primary market for insurance aggregators and the channel is currently estimated to account for 56% of new business This is now a mature market for price comparison sites and growth in distribution share is expected to increase no more than 1-2% per annum for the next few years with a cap in growth expected in 2014-15.
Comprehensive analysis of the impacts that online aggregators have on the insurance industry, and various challenges posed by them to insurers and brokers
Typically, between a quarter and a third of users of aggregators buy both types of insurance in this way 48
If the prospect of developing and maintaining all the capabilities necessary to be an aggregator is too daunting for insurers, they may choose to farm out the work.
Assesses the factors that will drive increased distribution of consumer credit via aggregators in the future.
MPS is a comprehensive digital media publishing solution, enabling content owners, aggregators and enterprises to manage and deliver digital media content to PCs, mobile devices and TVs.
Jaimie Pickles, InsWeb's senior vice president for client development, said aggregators are steadily trimming their costs, increasing sales and refining their product delivery.