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Hydroelectric
Global News Summary



This page summarizes all English-language monitored mainstream and social media coverage worldwide of Hydroelectric. For each 24 hour period (midnight-midnight CST), a complete analytical report called the Daily Report summarizes all content. You can view today's Daily Report, archived Daily Reports, or any of the Profile Databases. You can also sign up for our daily email newsletters to receive a summary version of this report in your inbox each morning.


TODAY'S DAILY REPORT




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Geographics
View coverage geographically. Today's Map overlays all geographic references found in Hydroelectric coverage worldwide onto Google Maps, showing the geographic focus of the day's coverage. Today by Outlets shows news stories arrayed by the geographic location of each news outlet. Past 30 Days returns all geographic references over the last 30 days datestamped by day and requires Google Earth to be installed, while Past 30 By Outlets shows the last 30 days of news coverage by outlet location.
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Profile Databases
Biographical profiles are automatically generated for every person, organization, city, state, region, and country mentioned in all news and social media coverage worldwide. In addition, profiles are also generated for all Twitterers, news outlets, and blogs posting content on this topic.
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TIMELINE

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VISUAL SUMMARY: LAST 24 HOURS

Last 24 Hours: Vitals

A visual summary of key indicators for coverage over the last 24 hours: [View Daily Report]


Last 24 Hours: Categories


Activism
0.00% (0)
Documentaries/Movies
2.90% (2)
Legislation
42.03% (29)
Project
91.30% (63)


Last 24 Hours: Focus
Monitored news coverage over the last 24 hours focused on the following countries: [View Daily Report] (Click on any country to view its profile)


 
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