What Media Monitoring Tells Us About the Coronavirus
COVID-19 continues to impact the lives of people all around the world. Financial markets are in flux, travel restrictions are in effect, and many are struggling to find basic household supplies while people are stockpiling for potential quarantine. Our interactive charts provide insight into the way coronavirus is developing across the global media landscape in near real time.
The impact of COVID-19 on the global financial markets and global media landscape has been staggering. See how the coverage compares below with global confirmed cases of COVID-19 from Johns Hopkins University, S&P 500 index data, and global media data from Newsdesk
The media portrayal of COVID-19 has been a major part of the dialogue in the disease’s development. The map below shows where the stories are coming from. Click on a country or region to view the articles coming from that area. Double-click a region to drill into articles by country or state.*
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Visit our other media tracker - COVID-19 and the Risk Landscape - to find out what media monitoring tells us about the global economic impact of coronavirus.
*Media Coverage Over Time, Share of Voice, Trends Word Cloud, Top Stories, Media Source Locations, and Coverage by Locations Mentioned analyze media coverage for the past 60 or 90 days, from articles found on open web sources including websites, news sites and blogs, as well as certain print, broadcast, and social sources. Feeds are refreshed approximately every 15 minutes.