Tag: Media Tracking

15th August 2019

When words matter: How anti-immigration rhetoric inspired the El Paso attack

There have been 11 mass-shootings in the U.S. from January to August 2019. We investigate why words matter and how anti-immigration rhetoric inspired the El Paso attack.

30th July 2019

Best practice for monitoring news and social content

Here we’ll take you through best practice for monitoring news and social content.

7th July 2019

Gender Media Coverage in Tennis

Female players received 41% less coverage than male players in tennis during the 2018 Grand Slams.

3rd July 2019

The 2020 Democratic Primaries June Update

We track media coverage of the US Democratic Party presidential primaries. Following the first debates we have updated the tracker for June.

20th June 2019

EU Elections: Disproving Farage’s claim of BBC bias

Following Nigel Farage’s claim that the BBC didn’t give The Brexit Party enough airtime during the EU elections, we look at the data.

3rd April 2019

Lessons from Christchurch: How the media finally acknowledged far-right terrorism

Why does the media refuse to call white murderers terrorists? Why, instead, are these killers humanised and we, the reader, encouraged to feel for or relate to them?

6th March 2019

The winners and losers of MWC

Now that the conference is over, and its record-breaking 109,000 attendees have gone home, we look back at the key organisations and topics (as nominated by Ovum) that hit the headlines last week.

2nd August 2018

Love Island and the rise of the influencer

Could the Love Island contestants help your brand engage with new consumers?