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Q: Finding news prior to their official publication ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Finding news prior to their official publication
Category: Reference, Education and News > Current Events
Asked by: tinypatient-ga
List Price: $25.00
Posted: 09 Mar 2006 17:44 PST
Expires: 08 Apr 2006 18:44 PDT
Question ID: 705575
Bob Simon interviews "prince of pot" in 60 minutes that aired March
5th 2006. However many magazines published parts of the interview as
early as February 2006. In fact, March 2nd cbsnews published the
interview clips on its website.

I would like to be able to tap into such news prior to their published
date. I tried advanced google search by such keywords as "bob simon"
"cbsnews" 2006 in the past 3 months but it yields too much junk such
as stories from 1998, etc.

I am looking for effective google search to find out upcoming news -
either by the credible sites discussing such interviews.

Any tips?

Clarification of Question by tinypatient-ga on 09 Mar 2006 21:58 PST
The main question relates to google or similar advance robotic search. 

As a side note - any service that would update when the news flash on
website may also help. For example when news updated on 60 minutes on (and only 60 minutes - no other news) it would be nice to
be notified by third party service.

cbsnews has alerts that does that. I am using cbsnews as an example.
The idea could be extended to say news about a drug approved, or
report on a spaceship from NASA - any event that is about to happen.
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