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News and mainstream media tag cloud of the hour, generated with our AI and updated in real time.

This tag clouds from media and news sites is mined in real time. It shows what global media are writing this hour. You can view main topics and media keywords to discover hidden patterns and systemically repeating content behind numerous news publications. Updated: Apr 21 13:05 UTC Try here.

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View trends of leading news topics. Our text-mining analysis is drawn from a comprehensive array of global English-language news sources and powered by AI for enhanced understanding of where the world is headed, in real time. Access data.

Donald Trump and Joe Biden

Trump (181.00) shows 94.62% higher Frequency of mentions than Biden (93.00).

Historically, Trump (mean: 277.52) tends to have 30.21% more Frequency of mentions than Biden (mean: 213.13).

Narrative centrality

Trump (5.50) shows 80.46% higher Narrative centrality than Biden (3.05).

Historically, Trump (mean: 4.87) tends to have 27.78% more Narrative centrality than Biden (mean: 3.81).

Trump (5.50) gains narrative centrality.

Backgroundness

Biden (0.35) shows 268.51% higher Backgroundness than Trump (0.10).

Historically, Biden (mean: 0.22) tends to have 80.25% more Backgroundness than Trump (mean: 0.12).

Russia and Ukraine

Ukraine (177.00) shows 124.05% higher Frequency of mentions than Russia (79.00).

Historically, Ukraine (mean: 142.78) tends to have 8.47% more Frequency of mentions than Russia (mean: 131.63).

Narrative centrality

Ukraine (3.11) shows 43.27% higher Narrative centrality than Russia (2.17).

Historically, Ukraine (mean: 3.48) tends to have 18.32% more Narrative centrality than Russia (mean: 2.94).

Ukraine (3.11) gains narrative centrality.

Backgroundness

Russia (0.50) shows 231.51% higher Backgroundness than Ukraine (0.15).

Historically, Russia (mean: 0.50) tends to have 36.86% more Backgroundness than Ukraine (mean: 0.37).

Gaza and Israel

Israel (213.00) shows 147.67% higher Frequency of mentions than Gaza (86.00).

Historically, Israel (mean: 161.31) tends to have 16.02% more Frequency of mentions than Gaza (mean: 139.03).

Narrative centrality

Gaza (2.93) shows 13.81% higher Narrative centrality than Israel (2.57).

Historically, Israel (mean: 3.72) tends to have 9.71% more Narrative centrality than Gaza (mean: 3.39).

Israel (2.57) gains narrative centrality.

Backgroundness

Gaza (0.40) shows 203.55% higher Backgroundness than Israel (0.13).

Historically, Gaza (mean: 0.33) tends to have 7.57% more Backgroundness than Israel (mean: 0.31).

Tracking BIGCRUT: Biden, Israel, Gaza, COVID, Russia, Ukraine, Trump, Putin

Updated: Apr 21 13:05 UTC

We've selected keywords: Biden, Israel, Gaza, COVID, Russia, Ukraine, Trump, Putin (we call them BIGCRUT words) to observe how mainstream media (MSM) discusses these topics. We monitor these and many other keywords, and apply AI to mine textual data into the media's handling of significant global issues and political figures. We do it in order to explore future perspectives, narratives, and agendas shaping public discourse. For each keyword we automatically measure Frequency of mentions, Narrative centrality, Backgroundness, Polarity sentiment, Sentiment inconsistency, and Subjectivity sentiment. All plots are interactive (clickable).

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Frequency of mentions

Term frequency measures how often BIGCRUT keywords appear in press. Simple and evident, this basic metric helps to understand the importance of keyword in media. A higher frequency suggesting potential significance or relevance across mainstream media (MSM) content.


Updated: Apr 21 13:05 UTC | Method: TF

Narrative centrality

Narrative centrality, derived from estimations of term frequency distribution parameters, measures the degree to which keyword is articulated and nuanced within news discourse. It assesses if there is coherence and focus in discussions on the topic. Is it Trump or Biden in the focus of media discussion at the moment? The higher the line, the more likely the word is in the spotlight of mainstream media attention, not simply mentioned.


Updated: Apr 21 13:05 UTC | Method: 1/sqrt_kp

Backgroundness

Backgroundness, derived from Fisher information, highlights keywords that are indispensable, commonly referred to as "amen" words, and topics heavily fixated upon by the media. Uncovers how much the topic or keyword gets into the backdrop of discussions as the time goes on. The higher the line, the more the word is part of background story, and not in the spotlight.


Updated: Apr 21 13:05 UTC | Method: 1/fisher

Sentiment analysis of news

Sentiment analysis automatically extracts emotions from mainstream media news texts. Presented here are average scores that summarize sentiment for each BIGCRUT keyword (Biden, Israel, Gaza, COVID, Russia, Ukraine, Trump, Putin) across hundreds of media contexts in a given moment. On the plots you can see how measurements change in time. These time series plots are interactive and clickable.

Polarity sentiment

Polarity sentiment score shows overall emotional tone within a time frame, associated with keywords that we track. A higher score indicates a generally optimistic or favorable context, while a negative polarity suggests a pessimistic or unfavorable sentiment. So the higher the polarity sentiment score, the more positive is the sentiment expressed in the context around the word. The lower the line on graph, the more negative is the context of the mainstream talk. Is it Trump or Biden mentioned in a positive contex by MSM? Sentiment averages that fall below zero represent doom or public outcry.


Updated: Apr 21 13:05 UTC | Method: sentiment

Sentiment inconsistency or heterogeneity

When the curve on the plot is higher, it shows more disagreement among media sources when discussing the topic. Conversely, lower values of this score suggest a more unified opinion (i.e. media consensus). This analysis measures variance values with polarity sentiment scores. It quantifies how sentiments vary across different instances of a keyword in analyzed news texts. It allows to make conclusion about the spread of sentiment. For instance, within the same hour across various media outlets, sentiments towards an individual can vary significantly. Such is an example of sentiment inconsistency. The measure is similar to opinion spread, sentiment volatility, opinion variance, divergent sentiment, attitudinal diversity, or opinion heterogeneity. It captures sentiment variability across different contexts and media outlets, reflecting the statistical concept of variance in sentiment analysis.


Updated: Apr 21 13:05 UTC | Method: sentiment

Subjectivity sentiment

Subjectivity measures the degree of personal opinion or bias in the text. A higher subjectivity score suggests a more opinionated or biased viewpoint, while a lower score indicates a more objective or factual presentation. The higher the line on the plot, the more opinionated is media discussion of the topic. Each data point represents the mean sentiment score for a given timestamp and keyword, calculated from hundreds of media contexts that are being analyzed by AI.


Updated: Apr 21 13:05 UTC | Method: sentiment

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