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"Sound barrier, first doses & a Chinese spy" - Narrative Intelligence Report

December 8, 2020Evan Robert

EdgeTheory routinely analyzes the top media trends dominating the news cycle and presents them in a concise blog post.

Data is acquired using Kudzu, an innovative Conversation Trend and Narrative Intelligence technology. To learn more about how EdgeTheory's tech works, click here.

Spotlight Trend: Sound barrier

"Sound barrier" has emerged as a top media narrative for today. The New York Times were early amplifiers of this narrative, quickly followed by other news sources like Fox News, CNN, Reuters, among many others.

The trending phrase "sound barrier" has dominated national news media due to the death of iconic test pilot Chuck Yeager. The pilot famously broke the sound barrier in 1947; he also served in multiple wars including World War II and the Vietnam War. Yeager passed away on the evening of Dec. 7th at the age of 97.

Below is our amplification graph of this trend.


Articles and Amplifiers

'Turning point': UK giving 1st doses of COVID-19 vaccine

Amplifiers - 9

Exclusive: How a suspected Chinese spy gained access to California politics

Amplifiers - 10

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