|Social media exchanges (text messages, emails Web site postings) and TV reports broadcast instant information about unfolding events.
||Newspaper articles and continued media coverage focus increased public attention on the event.
||Facts and opinions are expressed in magazine articles or in blogs.
||Scholars begin to examine social, political, or economic implications of the event and provide their analysis by publishing articles in academic journals.
||As more information is gathered and made available, experts write books on the subject. Established knowledge of the event is summarized in encyclopedias and other reference sources.