This group of articles constitutes a case study exemplifying the process of internationalization of an event. Based on a common chart of analysis and criteria, six articles signed by foreign colleagues examine the way in which one same event, the attacks of Madrid of March 11, 2004, was treated and debated in the newspapers of six countries (Spain, The United States, France, Italy, Morocco, Romania) selected according to their direct and indirect bonds with the facts and the situation concerned. This comparison highlights certain similarities which testify the existence of transnational media logics as well as differences based on sociopolitic special contexts.
- newspaper industry
- media cover of an event