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    • Analyzing newspapersfront pages vs TwitterPablo Rey MazónVisiting Scientist, Center for Civic Media. MIT Medialab More info and all the images at:Contact: pablo@meipi.com numeroteca.org/cat/frontpage-newspaper/ civic.mit.edu/blog/pablo/analyzing-newspapers-front-pages
    • 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
    • Evolution of news in timeHaiti earthquake. January, 2010
    • Japanese Tsunami. January, 2010
    • Spanish – US Newspapers & Japanese Tsunami
    • 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 )
    • Compare simultaneous news evolution in timeArab Spring: Egipt, Lybia, Syria. January, 2011
    • 15M Movement– DSK detention. Spanish newspapersMay, 2011
    • Compare asynchronous news evolution in time Haiti Earthquake – Japanese Tsunami.
    • Semantic analysis of news content in front pages
    • Compare with other media-TV Broadcast transcripts-Radio transcripts-Web front pages-Twitter
    • Next steps-Tool for crowdsourced analysis: PageOne-Scraping from original newspaper sites-Interactive design-Use more variables: position, number of words,image, headline size, frame of the news, content.-Integration with other news streams and analytic tools: TV broadcast, Media Meter, Twitter