Throughout the years, the media have become trustworthy sources for individuals seeking information. When people search for news about events happening around the world, the media is often the primary source. Prominent news is framed in different ways and it is important to understand the influence it has on the people receiving the messages. This book focuses on newspaper coverage and the media framing of Amanda Knox during the 4 years she was imprisoned in Italy. An American foreign exchange student, Knox was studying in Italy when her roommate was murdered. A content analysis of 500 major world newspapers was conducted for this study. The purpose of this book is to determine the tone, story placement, and page placement of each mention of Amanda Knox. The analysis should help shed some light on how the media frame news stories differently throughout the world. It should be especially useful to public relations practitioners, media reporters, or anyone else who may be interested in media framing.