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Media involvement and tropical cyclones

Summary
Media involvement and tropical cyclones have been carried out in various ways over the past centuries. The passages of hurricanes, typhoons, cyclones, and tropical storms have been reported by newspaper, word of mouth, and telegraph. Since the early to mid-20th century, advances in technology have included the radio, television, newsreel footage shown in theaters, mass media, and more recently the internet. Internet coverage includes blogs and online news sites that report data regarding tropical cyclones. This article covers the various methods by which the media report tropical cyclones and their effects. Printed media Newspaper Newspaper reports of tropical cyclones and their effects have been in existence since the days before advances in communication came in the mid–19th century. Local and national newspapers like the New York Times and Washington Post have reported the passage of tropical cyclones and their effects. News agencies such as the Associated Pr
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