2009 News Coverage Filter

In: Culture Interactive News Media Politics

16 Mar 2010

Pew Research has created an interactive filter of 2009 news coverage that graphs results by media outlet and topic. It’s a little confusing at first, but fun to play with. For example, below, you can compare Fox and NPRs coverage of several issues. Note: I had to disable Firefox’s ad-blocker to view it. (via)

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