Delta has many of the Media Profiles one would expect. The first media profile I would like to touch base on is their website. On Delta.com any visitor will be able to find all things Delta. You can buy a flight, sign up for a Delta American Express, check in for an upcoming flight, and even buy a Delta gift card. Visit Delta.com for more to clarify any questions.
Like most big brands/ companies, the next thing I did was look for a Facebook page. Delta is the official handle of the Delta Airlines Facebook page, but there are other unofficial Delta pages and pages that relate specifically to certain countries. On the Facebook page, customers can be re-navigated to other social media, pictures, reviews, and recent articles about Delta. Here people are free to write reviews about the company.
The next two media profiles I was in search of were Instagram and Twitter. Delta has both. Instagram was pretty simple as it is just pictures. Delta has posted from recent events to a scenery picture. Twitter on the other hand was totally different. Many people if they are unhappy take to twitter to complain. I too have found myself tweeting at companies when I am unsatisfied with their service. Most of the Delta Twitter account is replying to these complains. Because Twitter limits users to 140 characters, Twitter does not receive as much content heavy information as other media sources.
The final media profile to touch on is the blog ran by Delta. One can find the blog here. After looking into it a little more, the blog appears to focus on all things media. News happenings and what is up with Delta. Because these things may be typically odd for Delta to have on their homepage, it is smart to have a blog solely dedicated to what is going on. After looking at the blog, I learned Delta believes in equal pay and that recently Delta, for the first time ever had two African American Women pilot a plane (will touch on that in a different area of the blog).