Arab Spring, Spanish Recolution, and Occupy Movement:Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverageAnalyzing newspapers front p...
May 15th, 2011   Madrid
May 16th, 2011
May 16th, 2011
May 17th, 2011
May 17th, 2011
May 18th, 2011
May 18th, 2011
May 19th, 2011
May 19th, 2011
May 21th, 2011
15M- Indignados May 15th – June 19th, 2011
http://numeroteca.org/?p=1356Twitter and Newspaper Front PagesOccupy September 17th – December 15th, 2011
http://numeroteca.org/?p=1356Occupy September 17th – December 15th, 2011
Analyzing front pages: Shortcut
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News evolution in timeHaiti earthquake. January, 2010
News evolution in timeJapanese Tsunami. January, 2010
%                125cm²Using percentage to compare data
Number of articles in the front page of mainSpanish and US newspapersSpainEl País              7.5El Mundo             7.5...
Two countriesCoveragecomparison Spanish –   US Newspapers & Japanese Tsunami
Japanese Tsunami –         Arab SpringSpanish newspapers. Spanish newspapers January, 2010
NATO & War in Lybia  Japanese Tsunami –         Arab SpringSpanish newspapers. Spanish newspapers January, 2010
1        1One at a time
Compare simultaneous news evolution in timeArab Spring: Egipt, Lybia, Syria. January, 2011
15M Movement– DSK arrest. Spanish newspapers May, 2011
Compare asynchronous news evolution in time       Haiti Earthquake –   Japanese Tsunami.
Next steps-Tool for crowdsourced analysis: PageOneX.com-Scraping from newspaper web sites (now front pages areFrom kiosko....
PageOneX.comOpen source projectSummer 2012
Compare with other media-TV Broadcast transcripts-Radio transcripts-Web front pages-Social Networking Sites: Twitter
http://bit.ly/analyzemediatools
Mixed data analysis: Trayvon MartinComparison: Twitter / Front pages / Signatures
Twitter data Gathering, comparative methodshttp://www.numeroteca.org/12m15m
PageOneX.com@numeroteca
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
Arab Spring, Spanish Revolution, and Occupy Movement:  Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverage
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  1. 1. Arab Spring, Spanish Recolution, and Occupy Movement:Mainstream Media vs Social Media coverageAnalyzing newspapers front pages vs TwitterPablo Rey Mazón Internacional Communication AssociationVisiting Scientist, Center for Civic Media. MIT Medialab Phoenix, AZ. May 25th 2012Contact: pablo@meipi.com | numeroteca.org More info and all the images at:Twitter: @numeroteca http://PageOneX.com
  2. 2. May 15th, 2011 Madrid
  3. 3. May 16th, 2011
  4. 4. May 16th, 2011
  5. 5. May 17th, 2011
  6. 6. May 17th, 2011
  7. 7. May 18th, 2011
  8. 8. May 18th, 2011
  9. 9. May 19th, 2011
  10. 10. May 19th, 2011
  11. 11. May 21th, 2011
  12. 12. 15M- Indignados May 15th – June 19th, 2011
  13. 13. http://numeroteca.org/?p=1356Twitter and Newspaper Front PagesOccupy September 17th – December 15th, 2011
  14. 14. http://numeroteca.org/?p=1356Occupy September 17th – December 15th, 2011
  15. 15. Analyzing front pages: Shortcut
  16. 16. 00101010010101001000 01010101010010001101 00010010000100101010 10001010100010010011 01000100100011001010 10101010101010101001 10110011001001001000 10010001000100010000 01010010100010001001Show me the data!
  17. 17. News evolution in timeHaiti earthquake. January, 2010
  18. 18. News evolution in timeJapanese Tsunami. January, 2010
  19. 19. % 125cm²Using percentage to compare data
  20. 20. Number of articles in the front page of mainSpanish and US newspapersSpainEl País 7.5El Mundo 7.5ABC 4.5La Vanguardia 5.1La Razón 4.9Público 4.6Average 5.7USAWSJ 34.8 (28.0 short-small headlines)The Washington post 13.1The New York times 15.5The Boston Globe 17.7 (9.2 short-small headlines)USA Today 13.0Los Ángeles Times 9.7Average 17.3 (11.1 )
  21. 21. Two countriesCoveragecomparison Spanish – US Newspapers & Japanese Tsunami
  22. 22. Japanese Tsunami – Arab SpringSpanish newspapers. Spanish newspapers January, 2010
  23. 23. NATO & War in Lybia Japanese Tsunami – Arab SpringSpanish newspapers. Spanish newspapers January, 2010
  24. 24. 1 1One at a time
  25. 25. Compare simultaneous news evolution in timeArab Spring: Egipt, Lybia, Syria. January, 2011
  26. 26. 15M Movement– DSK arrest. Spanish newspapers May, 2011
  27. 27. Compare asynchronous news evolution in time Haiti Earthquake – Japanese Tsunami.
  28. 28. Next steps-Tool for crowdsourced analysis: PageOneX.com-Scraping from newspaper web sites (now front pages areFrom kiosko.net)-Interactive design-Use more variables: position, number of words,image, headline size, frame of the news, content, by line.-Integration with other news streams and analytic tools: TV broadcast, Media Meter, Twitter
  29. 29. PageOneX.comOpen source projectSummer 2012
  30. 30. Compare with other media-TV Broadcast transcripts-Radio transcripts-Web front pages-Social Networking Sites: Twitter
  31. 31. http://bit.ly/analyzemediatools
  32. 32. Mixed data analysis: Trayvon MartinComparison: Twitter / Front pages / Signatures
  33. 33. Twitter data Gathering, comparative methodshttp://www.numeroteca.org/12m15m
  34. 34. PageOneX.com@numeroteca
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