Media Analytics

Tesla dominates media coverage among major automakers in 2017

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Product launch, alternative energy top news topics for global automakers 

Surge in news volume highlighting alternative energy signals the automotive industry is moving towards electric vehicles at top speed

Tesla Inc. topped the media coverage among 20 major global automakers in 2017 followed by Volkswagen, Ford Motor, and Toyota (Image 1). Tesla generated a lot of media frenzy around its market launch of Model 3 and unveiling of Roadster and Tesla Semi during this year.
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FiND, an alternative data platform showed a surge in news flow highlighting alternative energy for all major automakers globally (Image 2). Automotive product launches generate lots of media coverage and thus it topping the list is understandable.
Category Wise News Flow
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GSK attracts negative rating news coverage as analysts turn bearish on stock

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Analysts’ bearish stance on GSK weighs on stock price heavily

Media coverage for GlaxoSmithKline Plc, one of the world’s largest drug makers was dominated by Stock Rating related news items in the past 90-days. FiND, an alternative data platform showed the underlying news sentiment for analyst rating coverage on GSK was mostly negative during this period (Image 1).

FiND offers high-end Media analytics by tracking mainstream news and social media in real-time and analyzing movement in underlying sentiment around it for all listed and unlisted companies across the globe.

GSK RATINGS COVERAGE - Part 1
Image 1: GSK – Top Topics and Ratings News Sentiment

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Reliance Jio’s Media Share of Voice Falls in Oct’17

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Reliance Jio, India’s fourth largest telecom company, witnessed a drop in the share of voice for both mainstream and social media in October 2017 when compared with previous month. 

The share of voice for mainstream media stood at 15.6% in October, down from 22.6% in the previous month. At the same time, the share of voice for social media (Twitter) dropped to 14.1% in October from 21.1% in the last month (Image 1).

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