The Australian on January 27, 2020
Wall-to-wall coverage of Australia’s bushfire crisis saw topics that usually dominate summer relegated to a back seat. With emergency warnings rightfully sitting in the top spot, other mentions such as ‘climate change’, ‘celebrity donations’ and ‘mental health’ might surprise.
The Australian on December 27, 2019
The two leaders stood head and shoulders above the rest in analysis of the nation’s biggest news figures of 2019.
Brisbane Times on December 26, 2019
A gun tennis player, a deputy premier under fire, and two controversial figures who helped sway the federal election. There was no shortage of Queensland news in 2019.
The Australian on December 21, 2019
With a sandpaper scandal and a stellar Ashes campaign on his resume, Steve Smith was officially the most talked about sports star in Australia this year.
B&T on December 13, 2019
Streem has signed Tess Fezzuoglio to be its new senior customer lead, as competition in the media-monitoring sector continues to intensify.
The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on December 08, 2019
A contentious court decision has led to publishers keeping stories off Facebook as they struggle to deal with the volume of comments requiring moderation. Data from the media monitoring firm Streem found that between March and October this year, users posted about 5.25 million comments — or more than 21,000 a day — on posts from six major Facebook pages owned by Nine Entertainment Co, the ABC and the News Corporation.
ABC News on November 03, 2019
Where the banking royal commission had a team of finance reporters from every news organisation who hung on every word and scoured every submission for fresh angles, the media room for this inquiry holds a few dogged “social affairs” reporters.
Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on October 21, 2019
Andrew Mackenzie is the CEO most frequently linked to key social issues, particularly climate change, according to analysis of the leaders of Australia’s listed companies by media researcher Streem.
The Age on October 15, 2019
Track the progress of players’ fortunes with our dynamic bar chart showing the number of media items generated per hour during trade period. (See 10.55am post)
Australian Financial Review on October 14, 2019
The recent signing of Westpac gives the upstart firm a clean sweep of the big four banks. It also provides media monitoring services for a lot of their smaller brethren, such as the Bank of Queensland, Suncorp, ME Bank and ING.
ABC Media Watch on October 06, 2019
Vaping coverage has skyrocketed this year, and one voice has been more prominent than all others. But has Dr Colin Mendelsohn been upfront about his organisation’s funding?
The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on October 04, 2019
Male cabinet and shadow cabinet members generate on average three times the number of media mentions than their female counterparts. Men can see the power they wield reflected in news, all day every day.
The Australian on September 30, 2019
Despite low audiences on Saturday afternoon, AFL dominated the news conversation across the nation in the last week. Data from media monitoring service Streem saw the AFL generate almost double the coverage of the NRL preliminary finals.
ABC News on September 27, 2019
Australian media’s coverage of China has more than doubled since this time last year, led by growing interest in topics like Hong Kong and the US-China trade war, new data shows.
The Guardian on September 27, 2019
From a single media mention in September 2018, Greta Thunberg has become one of the most spoken about people in the country.
The Australian on September 27, 2019
You know it’s an unusual news week when the most powerful man in the country is mentioned less frequently than a singing unicorn.
The Sydney Morning Herald on September 23, 2019
Only three of the 10 most talked-about players of this NRL season played all three State of Origin matches.
The Weekend Australian on September 07, 2019
Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer may have kept the disappointing England side in the Ashes, but there is not much doubt that the man of the series so far is Australia’s Steve Smith. Certainly the most talked about, anyway.
The New Daily on September 04, 2019
Michael Pascoe analysis: Streem, a media monitoring company, reports that use of the word “recession” has increased by 610 per cent over the past year in stories about the Australian economy. Those adjectives though don’t reflect media “talking the economy down” – they reflect a reality the government refuses to acknowledge.
The Guardian on August 24, 2019
John Whitehall, who is a former deputy president of Fred Nile’s Christian Democratic party, is quoted four times more in regard to trans issues than experts eminently more qualified in the field, according to media analytics data provided to Guardian Australia by Streem.
The Age and Sydney Morning Herald on August 01, 2019
Peter Dutton’s media footprint doubled after the federal election campaign, making the Home Affairs Minister the most high-profile minister of the Morrison government almost a year after he launched a failed leadership bid against Malcolm Turnbull.
The Sydney Morning Herald on August 01, 2019
In a short period Streem, headquarted just a few hundred metres from iSentia, has lured big corporates away from the market leader – including Telstra and Vodafone, Origin and AGL and three of the big four banks. And now the heavy arm of government is changing teams.
news.com.au on July 31, 2019
Peter Dutton, Mathias Cormann and Christian Porter were relatively quiet in national media during the election campaign but have since re-emerged to be the Government’s chief salesmen.
The Guardian on July 30, 2019
For a group so seemingly taciturn, it’s perhaps ironic how much media noise they’ve created lately: 2,335 mentions of “quiet Australians” in May, 2,053 in June and 767 mentions as of mid July.
The Age and Sydney Morning Herald on July 28, 2019
Realtime media monitoring firm Streem also flagged how MasterChef has been more spoken about in the media since news broke of the trio leaving than the last season of the show combined.
The Age and Sydney Morning Herald on July 17, 2019
Accusations of lying reached new heights during the combative election campaign, with media monitoring service Streem recording almost 50 separate occasions of the two major party leaders denigrating their opponent.
The Australian on July 07, 2019
Despite internet outcry over Channel 7’s decision to drop Ashleigh Barty for Nick Kyrgios, online news outlets also dedicated more coverage at Wimbledon to the bad boy tennis brat than the women’s world No 1, new analysis from Streem real-time media monitoring shows.
The Australian on July 01, 2019
GoFundMe’s decision to pull a fundraising page for Israel Folau backfired last week, giving the former Wallaby superstar more media coverage than Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
The Sun-Herald and Sunday Age on May 19, 2019
The NBN was largely ignored during the election campaign and neither political leader was quoted discussing the service in online or print media stories, analysis by Streem media monitoring for The Sun-Herald found.
ABC News Breakfast on May 17, 2019
In weeks spent campaigning on their very different visions for Australia, Scott Morrison and Bill Shorten have used the same word more than any other: Labor.
Future Women on May 16, 2019
New data released by Streem reveals just how gender-biased news reporting of the federal election has been. Of the top ten most quoted politicians in digital and print articles, there is not a single woman.
Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on May 14, 2019
Game of Thrones has always been great at keeping us guessing. Here are the most discussed characters in the aftermath of each episode over the past two series.
Mumbrella on May 14, 2019
Who are the ministers mentioned most in the media this election campaign? How about those quoted most frequently? The results say a lot about the issues we’re prioritising, and who’s spending the most money, according to Streem’s Conal Hanna.
The Australian on May 13, 2019
Media intelligence platform Streem’s analysis reveals the Opposition Leader has been mentioned more in traditional media — print, television and radio — than the Prime Minister, who takes precedence online.
The Australian on May 06, 2019
Media bias is a big flashpoint these days, as accusations fly thick and fast. But what does the data say about various outlets’ election campaign priorities?
The Australian on May 06, 2019
AMP Capital’s Shane Oliver has emerged as the nation’s highest-profile economist, boasting more than twice as many media mentions across print and online news sites over the past year than any other economist.
Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on May 05, 2019
Just two months ago, with the bruising fight over medical transfers of refugees from Manus Island and Nauru fresh in people’s minds, the Morrison government seemed chafing at the bit to fight the election on border security. But as data provided to The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age by real-time media monitoring firm Streem shows, it has barely rated a mention.
The Australian on April 29, 2019
Elgar Welch, chief executive at Streem, said the company doesn’t believe driving the price of copyright into the floor is good news for publishers or the customers that buy media monitoring either, and a fair and reasonable outcome should be reached to protect both industries.
Australian Financial Review on April 23, 2019
The economy might have dominated mainstream media coverage during the first week of the federal election campaign, but it was Adani’s controversial Carmichael coal mine that captured the most attention on Facebook.
Australian Financial Review on April 15, 2019
According to Streem realtime media monitoring, Scott Morrison has had a 49.8 per cent share of voice, while Shorten has inched ahead with 50.2 per cent, when comparing the Coalition and Labor leaders.
Mumbrella on April 03, 2019
The federal government’s promises of tax cuts were a winner with journalists covering the 2019 budget announcements in Canberra. An analysis of media coverage by media monitoring service Streem found ‘tax cuts’ beat the terms ‘road/rail’, surplus and ‘small business’ in budget reports across TV, print, radio and online reports up until 9am the following morning.
Australian Financial Review on April 03, 2019
Interesting graphic here from real time media monitoring firm Streem - how many mentions of various budget topics made it into the news.
The Weekend Australian on March 23, 2019
Last week we told you Wests Tigers were the most mentioned NRL team in Australia’s metro newspapers and websites during last year’s regular season. Now we can reveal which AFL club drew most mentions from the nation’s major news sources.
The Australian on March 16, 2019
Information released this week by media monitoring provider Streem reveals Wests Tigers were the most mentioned NRL club during the 2018 regular season.
Mumbrella on March 11, 2019
Following his research into the 25 most prolific metro journalists in Australia, Streem’s Conal Hanna is back with an updated list, which this time includes thousands of Australian content websites.
Mumbrella on March 07, 2019
In the wake of a report about Australia’s most prolific byline collectors, Mumbrella’s Adam Thorn assesses the current state of the journalism industry. Or should that be ‘churnalism’?
The Australian on March 04, 2019
Clicking “copy” and “paste” does wonders for a reporter’s story count. That’s the lesson of a list of Australia’s most prolific print and online journalists leaked to Diary by media monitoring agency Streem.
The Australian on February 27, 2019
More than 140 international news reports about Cardinal George Pell’s guilty verdict were published within 24 hours of his conviction last December, despite strict suppression orders.
Mumbrella on February 13, 2019
Media intelligence company Streem has appointed former senior Fairfax Media editor Conal Hanna to the newly created role of Media and Partnerships Lead.
Mumbrella on October 23, 2018
Media monitoring startup Streem has launched a campaign publicising its wins to mark its position in the marketplace against incumbents.
B&T on September 06, 2018
Streem is today introducing Instant Insights. Instant Insights allows customers to quickly and accurately gain insights from their media coverage across Print, Online, TV, Radio and Social.
The Australian on March 04, 2018
Newspapers play a pivotal role in driving the daily news cycle on television and radio, with the ABC one of the biggest beneficiaries of exclusive stories provided by the news media, an analysis by The Australian can reveal.
B&T on February 09, 2018
Challenger media intelligence company Streem has this week launched an aggressive direct marketing campaign to Australian PR, corporate affairs and media managers.
SMH on September 27, 2017
Queenslanders are less interested in reading online news about the same-sex marriage postal vote than their southern neighbours. But when they do click, it tends to be on negative news stories.
ABC Radio Central Victoria on September 21, 2017
Streem’s CEO Elgar Welch talks to Breakfast’s Fiona Parker about analysing the media and how issues impact the public’s perception.
ABC Radio Melbourne on September 20, 2017
How and where are Australians engaging with media coverage about the #samesexmarriage postal survey? Streem CEO Elgar Welch joined ABC Melbourne’s Raphael Epstein to discuss the media’s coverage, tone and how audiences are consuming content about the campaign.
Buzzfeed on September 20, 2017
Exclusive: Media analysis provided to BuzzFeed News shows the “no” side in the marriage equality debate is getting a lot more media attention than the “yes” side.
Copyright Agency on September 06, 2017
Streem has entered into a content licensing agreement with the Copyright Agency, building on the company’s existing publisher data agreements and delivering enhanced revenue to Australia’s content creators.
B&T on August 02, 2017
The PRIA announces Streem as Major Sponsor for this year’s Golden Target Awards, to be held at the Sydney Opera House in November 2017.
Crikey on March 17, 2017
When news started to spread out of Senate estimates that public servants were being forced to work out of the local McDonald’s in Armidale as part of Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce’s grand decentralisation plan, Joyce’s office would have been alerted to the tweets, online news articles and radio grabs within a minute of their publication or broadcast.
Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on March 12, 2017
As if the news cycle doesn’t feel fast enough, Streem’s media intelligence platform is helping corporate and government media managers spin the news in realtime.
The Australian on November 19, 2015
If today’s political hot topic doesn’t interest you, fear not. Like buses, TV home renovation shows and even prime ministers, there’ll be another one along in a minute.