How did CNN, MSNBC and Fox News cover Trump's announcement last night that he was running once again for the presidency? You can see CNN, MSNBC and Fox News' programming for the first hour of his speech below:
But, what do they look like side-by-side? Using our new Visual Channel Comparer the query below was used to create two side-by-side collages, one at 60 second resolution (each row is one minute of airtime) and one at 32 second resolution (each row is 32 seconds of airtime):
#install the libraries we need... apt-get -y install imagemagick apt-get -y install parallel #download the comparer script... wget https://storage.googleapis.com/data.gdeltproject.org/blog/2022-tv-news-visual-explorer/vechancompare.pl chmod 755 vechancompare.pl mkdir /dev/shm/tmp export MAGICK_TEMPORARY_PATH=/dev/shm/tmp/ time ./vechancompare.pl 20221116020000 20221116033000 CNN,MSNBC,FOXNEWS 300x175 60 && mv MONTAGE.jpg montage-cnnmsnbcfox-20221116020000-20221116033000-60s.jpg time ./vechancompare.pl 20221116020000 20221116033000 CNN,MSNBC,FOXNEWS 300x175 32 && mv MONTAGE.jpg montage-cnnmsnbcfox-20221116020000-20221116033000-30s.jpg
You can download the two collages below. The collages can be freely used in any media coverage, commentary, etc – please credit them as "Data from the Internet Archive's Television News Archive processed by the GDELT Project."