About

Interceder is an independent news aggregation and analytics service designed to help you find stories from thousands of different sources.You can keep abreast of the latest trending news stories picked up live from websites all over the world, as well as the most recent and popular Twitter and YouTube content relevant to any topic of interest.

Interceder is designed to save you time by allowing you to quickly identify trending stories, and other stories of interest, and review all sources covering any story. By displaying articles clustered into stories, you can choose to visit the publishers that most appeal to you. Each article is filtered against predefined topics and people’s names mentioned in the media are extracted and aggregated to allow you to explore and pivot around common themes and topics in news coverage that interests you.

Attempting to make sense of the vast amounts of news information, Interceder uses proprietary natural language processing capabilities and algorithms to extract the underlining meaning of each article. The technology employed by Interceder is virtually hands free, automatically identifying and cleaning newly discovered content and processing the content to extract its meaning. This allows Interceder to operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Interceder does not write any content appearing on the Interceder site.If you don’t agree with the content appearing on Interceder you can read the articles that appeal to you, avoiding any you may find offensive.

Interceder is owned and operated by a small team of developers with an interest in content aggregation, data management, natural language processing and interface development and is primarily used as a vehicle to sharpen skills in these areas.

If you are interested in finding out more about the technology employed by Interceder, have suggestions about how the site could be improved or have concerns about the content displayed please feel free to get in touch.

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News search supports Google type search formatting and the use of complex boolean. Wrap terms in double quotes for exact phrase matching. Click + to add multiple news search terms to this topic.