Press review

Influence Communication
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12th of April 2013

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 : 2012 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 17, 2012.

The Telegram
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4th of March 2013

A company doing media analysis, Influence Communications, says its research shows that a contretemps over the application of Quebec’s language laws to the menu of a Montreal Italian restaurant is generating far more ink than Quebec Premier Pauline Marois’ recent trip searching for outside investment. 

CBC.ca
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26th of February 2013

Research compiled by Influence Communication found the Pastagate controversy was chronicled in 350 articles across 14 different countries, as far away as Australia.

The Vancouver Sun
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25th of February 2013

The head of Influence Communication, which monitors media coverage worldwide, says there were 60 stories in traditional media about the so-called Pastagate for every one about Marois' trip to New York in December.

Global News
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25th of February 2013

"Every time the media mentioned, as an example, the visit of Pauline Marois in New York, we got 60 mentions for the Pastagate," said Jean-Francois Dumas, president of Influence Communication, when asked to compare the public-relations impact.

Global News
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25th of December 2012

The study by Montreal media-monitoring company Influence Communication says the only Canadian stories to get more international coverage than Magnotta this year were the Keystone XL pipeline and the purchase of Nexen Inc. by the Chinese, state-owned China National Offshore Oil Co.

Influence on the blogs
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19th of December 2012

Secondo la relazione presentata da Influence Communication, Federer è lo sportivo più in vista prima di Cristiano Ronaldo, Novak Djokovic, Tiger Woods, Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Vettel e Lance Armstrong, secondo la classifica.

CBC
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1st of September 2012

Caroline Roy of Influence Communication has been monitoring coverage during this election. She observes that only one per cent of TV, radio, print and Web the coverage has been about culture.

Macleans
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16th of August 2012

“It was like there was no scandal, no corruption, during the student crisis,” says Jean-François Dumas, president of Influence Media, a media-monitoring group. “Media outlets knew that any stories about corruption would get swallowed up by the coverage of the protests.”

National Post
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31st of May 2012

A study published this week by Quebec-based Influence Communication reports that 39% of Quebec news stories now involve the student strike.

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