Hi, I am looking for someone to write an article on content analysis: cnn vs. aljazeera Paper must be at least 1500 words. Please, no plagiarized work! Even within the same country such as in the USA, the way reporting is done depends on the political orientation of the media houses. A bigger rift between the agenda set by two media houses can be seen between two media houses that belong to two different geopolitical regions. A good example is the differences in the way CNN, a western media powerhouse, and Aljazeera, an oriental media powerhouse, report their political news. A good example with regard to how these two houses report the events going on in the Middle East, especially in Syria today. The reporting is very different and each covers the stories from different perspectives.
The way these two media outlets have been reporting the issue of the civil wars in the Middle East, in Syria to be specific is very different. Aljazeera for instance seems to be sympathetic to the militia groups which they call prefer to call ISIS or ISIL while the western media prefer to call the Islamic state. While the English version of Aljazeera tries to be as neutral as possible, it has also shown a different perspective in the way they report. CNN has portrayed ISIS as an evil terrorist group that is a threat to the west while Aljazeera, albeit not in an explicit way, has been less harsh on their description of the Islamic state.
Differences in reporting can be seen in reports about world political events. For instance, Aljazeera (2015) reported that Muslims were being ethnically cleansed from society in the Central African Republic. This is the kind of reporting that would least likely appear in CNN’s editorial pages. The differences in reporting between Aljazeera and CNN can be seen in the reporting about the Yemen situation. In this particular situation, Aljazeera (2015) reported about Yemen’s leader being under siege while CNN reporters Levs, Walsh, and Spark (2015) reported that the rebels were actually protecting the Yemenis president.