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.
"Palm beach" has emerged as a top media narrative for today. First amplified as an article on pagesix.com, this trend was further amplified by national news outlets like The New York Post, NBC News, The New York Times, among others.
"Palm beach" arose from the allegations that real estate moguls Bill and David S. Mack arranged for their wealthy friends to "skip the line" for the COVID-19 vaccines which have only recently become available to frontline healthcare workers. Since the brothers have connections to the Palm Beach Country Club, where the supposed vaccine line-skipping is said to occur, the trending phrase "palm beach" has become a significant media narrative in recent hours.
Below is our amplification timeline of this trend.
Amplifiers - 6
Amplifiers - 6
This report was generated using Kudzu, EdgeTheory's premium data analysis software. Kudzu analyzes millions of pieces of content from hundreds of thousands of entities and atomizes the data into Conversation Trends and Narrative Intelligence.
You can catalogue relevant narratives, trends, and individual entities using Kudzu's save search feature, so you can quickly interact with trending phrases that shape your world.
If you're interested in learning more about Kudzu and EdgeTheory, visit our site and request a demo today!