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Media Monitoring Provides a More Complete Picture of the DNC
Posted on 08-02-2016 by Megan Burnside

Politics have dominated the headlines—and prime-time news channels—in recent weeks as media outlets zeroed in on the happenings at both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions. And LexisNexis was there right amidst media. As we mentioned in a previous post , we were on the ground... Read More

Piecing together Media Insights from Orlando Coverage
Posted on 06-17-2016 by Megan Burnside

Last Sunday, Omar Mateen entered Pulse nightclub just after 2 A.M. Minutes later Pulse posted an ominous status on Facebook: “Everyone get out of pulse and keep running.” Three hours later, before the sun even rose, media outlets across the globe were already reporting on another mass shooting... Read More

The Debate about the Debate: How Media Analysis Brings Clarity to the Buzz
Posted on 10-15-2015 by Megan Burnside

A few weeks ago, Ad Age lamented, “Where did everyone go?” in an article about declining television viewership. Apparently, the presidential hopefuls didn’t see the article, nor did viewers. After the dust settled, the debate this past Tuesday averaged 15.3 million viewers, the highest... Read More

Is Media Coverage Uncovering a Growing Numbness toward Gun Violence?
Posted on 10-09-2015 by Megan Burnside

If you ever did a paint by number picture as a child—or have joined the recent trend of coloring for adults that is popping up all over social media—you know how fragmented the image appears until you start to add the color. Devoid of color, it takes concentration to see the image. With each... Read More

Will Media Coverage be Enough to Trump the Competition?
Posted on 09-04-2015 by Megan Burnside

This year’s race for the Republican presidential candidacy started out with many (perhaps too many) candidates vying for attention and splitting media coverage. Enter Donald Trump who quickly captured the attention of the media, voters and few late-night comics. Will it last? Time will tell, but... Read More