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Defining and Measuring Quality Journalism

March 1, 2015

What constitutes as quality journalism that makes an impact? In a research report compiled by Rutgers University School of Communication and Information and supported by the Democracy Fund and the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, researchers Stephen Lacey and Tom Rosenstiel round up a variety of approaches to the question, including production quality, accessibility, trustworthiness, diversity, depth and breadth, geographic relevance, and civic value.

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