New York’s gubernatorial candidates are tweeting more about crime and public safety than any other topic.
St. Bonaventure University students studying in Oxford explored the differences between news coverage in the United States and the UK.
By Richard Lee The long-standing journalism mantra “If it bleeds, it leads” holds true for the media’s coverage of the war in Ukraine, according to data compiled by students in a journalism course at St. Bonaventure University. The data showed… Read More ›
If Buffalo voters wanted to learn where mayoral candidates Byron Brown and India Walton stood on the issues, they were unlikely to find answers in the news media’s coverage of the campaign. A content analysis of news coverage in the… Read More ›
CNN and C-SPAN coverage of our study
Stories about the medical aspects of the coronavirus – symptoms, precautions and treatment – accounted for less than a fifth of media’s coverage of the pandemic during a six-week period from late March through early May, according to an informal… Read More ›
By Richard Lee March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. In between, the month is filled with parades, shamrocks and leprechauns. St. Patrick’s Day may fall on March17, but the entire month has become a… Read More ›
Thanks to today’s 24/7 new cycle, we have come to expect instant analyses of political debates. The students logged each question, who asked it, who it was asked to, and who rebutted other candidates’ responses. They recorded their observations in… Read More ›