Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Journalisted: 'Press is still up for FA Cup'

Football in the shape of the third round of the FA Cup got the most coverage in the press in the week ending 9 January, according to journalisted.

The FA Cup third round, with Notts County beating Sunderland and Manchester United defeating Liverpool, generated 417 articles; Joanna Yeates' murder, amidst continuing speculation but with no further arrests, 126 articles; flu, with 50 UK deaths since October and warnings of a vaccine shortage, 106 articles; floods in Queensland, and a White House commission concluding last year's BP Gulf spill was 'preventable', 94 articles each.

Covered little, according to journalisted was an Iranian invitation to western diplomats to tour nuclear facilities, 16 articles; the return from exile of Iraqi Shia cleric Moqtada Al Sadr, known for his anti-Western views, 8 articles; in Ohio a 10-year-old shoots his mother, with a gun belived to have been a gift from his grandfather, 7 articles.

1 comment:

Cialis Online said...

Ah, the FA Cup Final. Used to be the only club game played at Wembley, and the only one that was live on TV. Now we have the FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley, play-off finals, the League Cup, the Charity Community Shield and I don’t know how many other matches played there. And hundreds of games live on TV.