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http://hdl.handle.net/10993/18912
PoliMedia - Analysing Media Coverage of Political Debates By Automatically Generated Links to Radio Newspaper Items
English
Kleppe, Martijn [> >]
Hollink, Laura [> >]
Kemman, Max mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE) > Identités, Politiques, Sociétés, Espaces (IPSE)]
Juric, Damir [> >]
Beunders, Henri [> >]
Blom, Jaap [> >]
Oomen, Johan [> >]
Houben, Geert-Jan [> >]
2014
Proceedings of the LinkedUp Veni Competition on Linked and Open Data for Education
D'Aquin, Mathieu
Dietze, Stefan
Drachsler, Hendrik
Guy, Marieke
Herder, Eelco
CEUR-WS
Yes
International
Geneva, Switzerland
LinkedUp Veni Competition on Linked and Open Data for Education
17-09-2013
[en] Students and researchers of media and communication sciences study the role of media in our society. They frequently search through media archives to manually select items that cover a certain event. When this is done for large time spans and across media-outlets, this task can however be challenging and laborious. Therefore, up until now the focus of researchers has been on manual and qualitative analyses of newspaper coverage. PoliMedia aims to stimulate and facilitate large-scale, cross-media analysis of the coverage of political events. We focus on the meetings of the Dutch parliament, and provide automatically generated links between the transcripts of those meetings, newspaper articles, including their original lay-out on the page, and radio bulletins. Via the portal at www.polimedia.nl researchers can search through the debates and find related media coverage in two media- outlets, facilitating a more efficient search process and qualitative analyses of the media coverage. Furthermore, the generated links are available via a SPARQL endpoint at data.polimedia.nl allowing quantitative analyses with complex, structured queries that are not covered by the search functionality of the portal, thus challenging the student to go across the academic borders and enter fields that previously have been neglected.
CLARIN-NL
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/18912
http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1124/

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