The biggest news stories of 2009

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The website Journalism.org every week monitors the news from 55 outlets, calculating what percentage of the week’s print, television, radio and internet reporting is devoted to each story. As shown below, the GOOD website has prepared an infographic looking at the totals for all the news this year, divided into categories of politics, culture, business, and plain old bad news. The transparency paints an interesting picture of what events held our attention during the last year of the decade.

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Source: GOOD, December 22, 2009 (hat tip: The Big Picture).

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