Influence Communication offers media monitoring and exhaustive
analysis from Canada's media outlets as well as over 160 countries.
The review by Montreal-based Influence Communication found that Canadian media outlets ran some 229 per cent more weather stories than outlets in the rest of the 160 countries surveyed.
Influence Communication has made public its annual summary of the news that captured the attention of media in 160 countries around the world over the past 12 months. International News Review: 2014 Report© analyzes the trends in the news as well as all of the news items published or broadcast in 160 countries between January 1 and December 8, 2014.
For tenth consecutive year, Influence Communication has made public its annual summary of the news that captured the attention of the media in Canada over the past 12 months. Canadian News Review: 2014 Report© analyzes the trends in the news as well as all of the news items published or broadcast in Canada between January 1 and December 8, 2014.
In "la gastronomie québécoise toujours victime de ses clichés", Métro columnist Audrey Lavoie writes about a two-year media study conducted by Influence Communication - "a media information broker" - on Quebec food and restaurants.
limate scientists and environmentalists need to revamp their messaging and get more involved in public debate if they want to stop what appears to be a plunging online interest in global warming, say observers of internet research trends across Canada and worldwide.
According to Influence Communications, a Montreal-based company that specializes in media monitoring and analysis, the story of the missing baby was the top trending story in Quebec by Tuesday morning.
CBC quoted Influence Communications, a Montreal-based media monitoring company, as saying that the N-word and Subban's name were used in conjunction on 17,000 tweets on Thursday night, "although not all of them were negative."
Eve Couture, director of analysis for a Montreal media monitoring company called Influence Communication, told the Star there were 17,000 tweets on Friday related to the N-word and P.K. Subban. As the day progressed, the majority of those tweets and retweets were positive, though, lashing out at the ones making racist remarks.
According to Montreal media monitoring and analysis company Influence Communications, the N-word and Subban's name were used in conjunction on 17,000 tweets yesterday, although the majority of them were not negative.
Influence Communication has made public its annual review of the news.
Influence Communication has published the Media Prominence Score - Top 5 news stories across Canada, week of December 9th to December 15th, 2014 and the weekly ranking of keywords of most trending topics on Twitter
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