Topic : NPR

Chart shows coverage by NPR, Print and TV outlets in 4th Estate’s statistical data sample broken down by newsmaker type. Campaign newsmakers excluded. Only top 5 newsmaker types shown. Time frame is May 1-November 6.

Election Coverage Wrap-Up: NPR

This post is the continuation of our media monitoring series examining coverage behavior of various media outlets during Election 2012. Today’s post discusses the statistical data analysis of the sourcing…

Chart shows distribution of statements by newsmaker and sentiment in NPR coverage of the election. Time frame is May 1 – July 15.

NPR Amplifies Romney More Than Obama

Statements from Mitt Romney make up a greater portion of coverage on NPR since May 1st than do statements from Barack Obama. Typically thought of as a liberal outlet, election…

Chart shows percentage of statements about different topics on NPR’s Morning Edition. Time frame is April 13 – June 17.

NPR’s Morning Edition vs. All Things Considered

NPR’s Morning Edition program focused almost a quarter of its coverage on the the Policy issue of the economy. This was a very different coverage pattern than that of All…

Chart shows sentiment distribution of statements about Newt Gingrich from top five corporations that covered him. Excludes statements from Gingrich made about himself.

NewsCorp Not Only Media Corporation That Was Anti-Gingrich

On May 3 we posited the question “Were Murdoch and NewsCorp Slanted in Favor of Romney and Against Gingrich?”. This was in response to Gingrich’s claim that “Fox has been…

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NPR First to Reach General Election Mode

Rick Santorum officially dropped out of the race today, but as noted in a previous post, the mainstream media as a group behaved as if the race was over for…