April 2018

How has news coverage of gun violence changed since Columbine?

BMSG's head of research, Pamela Mejia, discusses what aspects of coverage have changed — and stayed the same — since Columbine, what details are often missing from the news on gun violence, and how journalists and advocates can do more to show that prevention is possible. Read more >


sandusky (2) childhood adversity (1) alcohol (5) prevention (1) Oglala Sioux (3) food deserts (1) government intrusion (1) political correctness (1) journalism (1) tobacco industry (2) physical activity (1) Citizens United (1) Twitter for advocacy (1) public health policy (2) reproductive justice (1) world water day (1) news strategy (1) sugary drinks (10) tobacco tax (1) Sam Kass (1) naacp (1) stigma (1) cigarette advertising (1) sexual assault (1) Big Food (2) soda tax (11) prison phone calls (1) healthy eating (1) democracy (1) SB 1000 (1) emergency contraception (1) beverage industry (2) seat belt laws (1) soda (12) sexual health (1) regulation (2) community safety (1) nonprofit communications (1) election 2016 (1) social change (1) sugar-sweetened beverages (2) violence (2) california (1) community health (1) Coca-Cola (3) media advocacy (23) Bloomberg (3) snap (1) communication (2) Rachel Grana (1) Connecticut shooting (1) social math (1) default frame (1) Food Marketing Workgroup (1) Big Soda (2) cervical cancer (1) food swamps (1) cosmetics (1) abortion (1) gun violence (1) Black Lives Matter (1) food access (1) child sexual abuse (5) institutional accountability (1) FCC (1) suicide barrier (2) violence prevention (8) autism (1) Nickelodeon (1) nanny state (2) collaboration (1) social media (2) childhood trauma (3) obesity (10) new year's resolutions (1) Chile (1) vaccines (1) target marketing (9) language (6) SB-5 (1) childhood lead poisoning (1) adverse childhood experiences (3) Tea Party (1) Big Tobacco (3) choice (1) Marion Nestle (1) Telluride (1) water (1) HPV vaccine (1) paula deen (1) cancer research (1) cap the tap (1) front groups (1) media analysis (6) ssb (1) McDonald's (1) childhood obesity (1) Whiteclay (4) safety (1) white house (1) Amanda Fallin (1) tobacco (5) childhood obestiy conference (1) online marketing (1) food marketing (5) food environment (1) education (1) ACEs (2) diabetes (1) soda industry (4) Dora the Explorer (1) El Monte (3) junk food marketing to kids (2) Bill Cosby (1) elephant triggers (1) community organizing (1) diabetes prevention (1) Colorado (1) Penn State (3) digital marketing (3) personal responsibility rhetoric (1) Richmond (5) industry appeals to choice (1) Measure O (1) community violence (1) authentic voices (1) youth (1) campaign finance (1) food justice (1) prison system (1) Michelle Obama (1) gun control (2) SSBs (1) news (2) news analysis (3) Sandy Hook (2) food and beverage marketing (3) marketing (1) communication strategy (1) values (1) Berkeley (2) water security (1) children's health (3) mental health (2) Merck (1) auto safety (1) cannes lions festival (1) Gardasil (1) Texas (1) public health data (1) Pine Ridge reservation (1) racism (1) news coverage (1) Johnson & Johnson (1) soda taxes (2) liana winett (1) Jerry Sandusky (3) framing (14) social justice (2) health care (1) San Francisco (3) food industry (4) filibuster (1) chronic disease (2) American Beverage Association (1) Donald Trump (2) Wendy Davis (1) gatorade bolt game (1) women's health (2) structural racism (1) weight of the nation (1) beauty products (1) strategic communication (1) cancer prevention (1) sports drinks (1) genital warts (1) george lakoff (1) gender (1) community (1) summer camps (1) sanitation (1) Golden Gate Bridge (2) public health (71) SB 402 (1) paper tigers (1) Aurora (1) Pine Ridge Indian Reservation (2) media (7) obesity prevention (1) environmental health (1) Catholic church (1) breastfeeding (3) junk food (2) news monitoring (1) sexual violence (2) messaging (3) sexism (2) race (1) food (1) suicide nets (1) product safety (1) indoor smoking ban (1) tobacco control (2) equity (3) Proposition 47 (1) soda warning labels (1) Twitter (1) health equity (10) suicide prevention (2) Oakland Unified School District (1) PepsiCo (1) inequities (1) Community Coalition Against Beverage Taxes (1) apha (3) Joe Paterno (1) Proposition 29 (1) advocacy (3) Newtown (1) corporate social responsibility (1) media bites (1) privilege (1) Happy Meals (1) junk food marketing (4) built environment (2) measure N (2) Let's Move (1) personal responsibility (3) Campaign for Safe Cosmetics (1)
  • Follow Us On Facebook
  • Follow Us On Twitter
  • Join Us On Youtube
  • BMSG RSS Feed

get e-alerts in your inbox: