Wesleyan Releases Data on Interest Group Advertising
Health and Hollywood!
The Norman Lear Center is casting a wide net and looking into how TV covers health with AcademiClip.
Weleyan Media Project Prepares for 2014
Launching a third project with AcademiClip, The Wesleyan Media Project is preparing for a busy season.
LSU Begins Local News Crime Study
LSU's Manship School of Mass Communication has signed on with AcademiClip.com for a new study on crime coverage in local news.
Wesleyan Media Project Expands YouTube Study
The Wesleyan Media Project has expanded work on the YouTube political ad analysis using AcademiClip
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Wesleyan Media Project
Most Negative Political Ads of 2012 So Far
The 2012 presidential race has been more blistering, negative and caustic than the race four years ago — and the general election hasn’t even officially started yet.
According to a study by the Wesleyan Media Project, 70 percent of campaign ads run so far this election cycle have been negative, compared with 9 percent over the same period of time in the 2008 presidential campaign. Read More...