How Is The Turkish Earthquake Being Covered One Week Later?

How is the Turkish earthquake being covered one week later?

If we assume that nearly all earthquake coverage over the past week is of Turkey, the timeline below shows the typical surge-pivot behavior of the first 72 hours, but also a level of resilience in media coverage, though coverage is declining.

US outlets are significant outliers in their limited coverage of the earthquake.

Worldwide online news coverage is showing a more noticeable decline over the last 24 hours.

President Erdogan received significant mention on BBC News in the early days of the recovery efforts, but mentions have faded, including in online news.

Mentions of "anger" and "outrage" about the state's response peaked yesterday, but have noticeably declined worldwide today.

Mentions of the contractors and developers who built the collapse buildings has declined slightly today after days of buildup.

Both web and news searches for Turkey have been steadily declining ovrer the past week in phases, stabilizing from the 8th to the 10th, then from the 10th to the 12th, but continue to decline.