8.6 Quake Near Sumatra Indonesia and Tsunami Warning April 2012. Media Impact Analysis

A 8.6 Earthquake near Sumatra, a risk of ‘widespread destructive tsunami’ Indonesia was struck in 11 April 2012 by a massive quake at 2h38 pm local time, 10h38 am CET. It was estimated to be a 8.6-8.9 magnitude quake (depending of the sources). Epicenter was in the Indic Ocean, at some 500 kilometers West from…

Earthquake, Tsunami and Fukushima Nuclear Crisis in Japan, One Year After – Media Impact Analysis

In this first anniversary of the massive disaster and tragedy suffered by Japanese people by 11 March 2011, we want to show with our readers some of the empirical results we gathered and learnt about media impact and reputation analysis. This post is intended to be also a tribute to all victims of the catastrophe,…

Haiti and Japan Earthquake Media Coverage During the First Month

The first post about the disaster in Japan showed the initial media perception about the earthquake and the tsunami, just few hours after it hit Tohoku Island. In order to provide a key to lecture of the results, we showed media perception concerning the vector “Tragedy” in comparison with some recent natural disasters: massive earthquakes…

Cities most affected by Japan earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis, in terms of media coverage

  *** See also our special Japan one year later, with a summary of all our posts about Japan disaster: Earthquake, Tsunami and Fukushima Nuclear Crisis in Japan, One Year After – Media Impact Analysis In a precedent post we showed the evolution of global media coverage received by cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants in…

American Companies Most Affected by Japan Earthquake, Tsunami or Fukushima Nuclear Crisis, by Media Impact

In a previous post we showed the list of top 50 companies in Europe most affected by Japan disaster, in terms of media coverage received in relation with the catastrophe. List was dominated by energy companies and insurance and financial institutions. In this post we show the list concerning the American companies. We show exactly…

Japan Prefectures Media Coverage. Relationship with Personnel and Property Casualties by Earthquake and Tsunami

In a precedent post we showed the time evolution of the media impact of the most affected cities in Japan by the earthquake, the tsunami and then the nuclear crisis, among cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants. Our results showed that media attention to Fukushima nuclear crisis suspassed the media coverage about disaster in Sendai…

Companies in Europe Most Affected by Japan Earthquake, Tsunami, Fukushima Nuclear Crisis, by Media Impact

Update March 27: the list with the American companies most affectd by the Japanese disaster and the nuclear crisis has been published in a new post. This blog is mainly oriented to provide empirical results concerning the impact of Wikileaks in terms of media reputation. In precedent posts we showed which where the companies most…