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TV News' Impeachment Focus Overtaken by Syria

Impeachment has dominated news coverage of the Trump presidency in recent weeks, but the administration's pullout from northern Syria and…

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'Columbus Day' Versus 'Indigenous People's Day' In The Media

Is it "Columbus Day" or is it "Indigenous People's Day"? The timeline below shows the percentage of combined airtime on…

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FiveThirtyEight: Warren Has Recently Been Mentioned More On Fox News Than Other Networks

FiveThirtyEight's weekly roundup of media coverage of the 2020 race. Read The Full Article.

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Tracing The Entrance Of 'Clapping Back' Into The Popular Lexicon

The phrase "clapped back" seems to be on the rise in the media today, but when did it first gain…

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In An Ever More Surveilled World We're Not Talking About Surveillance Any More Than We Used To

In an ever more surveilled world, it is interesting to note that media coverage of "surveillance" is not increasing and,…

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New York Times: Which Democrats Are Leading the 2020 Presidential Race?

The New York Times' look at the 2020 Democratic field uses the TV Explorer to examine media coverage of the…

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A Full 70% Of Trump Coverage The Last Two Weeks Focused On Ukraine, Impeachment Or Syria

Donald Trump's presidency the last two weeks has been defined by three major stories: Ukraine, impeachment and his greenlighting of…

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The Specter Of A No-Deal Brexit Back In The News

Last month the percentage of both BBC News London and worldwide online news coverage of Brexit that mentioned the so-called…

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Media's Trump Focus Shifts From Impeachment To Syria

It seems the media's focus on President Trump has shifted over the last few days, with coverage of impeachment waning…

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Extinction Rebellion's Rise Coincides With Steadily Increasing Media Coverage Of Climate Change

Media coverage of climate change continues its upwards trend over 2019. Interestingly, while it begins to take off in July…

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'Extinction Rebellion' Continues To Garner Headlines

Just under a year since it first rocketed into the media spotlight, the Extinction Rebellion anti-climate change movement continues to…

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BBVA: Geo-World: Conflict & Protest September 2019

BBVA's September 2019 Geo-World: Conflict & Protest report summarizes the state of global conflict and civil unrest. Read The Full…

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Announcing The Global Entity Graph (GEG) Neural Sentiment Dataset

The thousands of emotional dimensions that GDELT computes today for each article it monitors through GCAM are all produced through…

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FiveThirtyEight: Which Democratic Presidential Candidate Was Mentioned Most In The News Last Week?

FiveThirtyEight's latest weekly roundup of the 2020 Democratic race. Read The Full Article.

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Announcing The Global Entity Graph (GEG) And A New 11 Billion Entity Dataset

Today we are tremendously excited to unveil the GDELT Global Entity Graph (GEG) and its inaugural release GEG-GCNLAPI, a dataset…

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Global Media Attention Returning To The Hong Kong Protests

After more than a month of steadily declining media interest in the Hong Kong protests, it seems September 29th was…

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Trump's Election Brought 'Deep State' Into The Media Lexicon

It seems the election of Donald Trump brought a new term into the media lexicon: "deep state." From the month…

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Trump's Economic Message Gets Scant Play on TV News

President Trump made the economy one of the centerpieces of his 2016 campaign, but to what degree has the relatively…

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Bronx Zoo Lion Taunting Through The Eyes Of The Media

The episode earlier this week of a woman climbing over a safety barrier at the Bronx Zoo to taunt a…

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New York Times: Which Democrats Are Leading the 2020 Presidential Race?

The New York Times' look at the 2020 Democratic field uses the TV Explorer to examine media coverage of the…

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We're Still Talking About Vaccination

Since February 2015 television news has been steadily continuing its coverage of vaccination. The timeline below shows the percentage of…

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Announcing The WEB-NGRAM Character Ngram Datasets

In addition to the 142 languages contained in the word-based WEB-NGRAM dataset announced earlier this week, GDELT monitors an additional…

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FiveThirtyEight: Significant Digits For Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019

FiveThirtyEight briefly explores just how dominant Biden became in coverage of the 2020 race last week. Read The Full Article.

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We're Steadily Talking Less About Refugees

Over the past three years we've steadily talked less about refugees, with mentions in 2019 remaining relatively constant though slowly…