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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.

Digital Advertising and News: Who Advertises on News Sites and How Much Those Ads Are Targeted

February 13, 2012

Analyzes trends in advertising in twenty-two news operations, including shifts to digital advertising, use of consumer data to target ads, types of ads, and industries represented among advertisers by media type.

Understanding the Participatory News Consumer

March 1, 2010

Analyzes survey findings on the impact of social media and mobile connectivity on news consumption behavior by demographics and political affiliation. Examines sources; topics; participation by sharing, commenting on, or creating news; and views on media.

A Report on the Media and the Immigration Debate

September 25, 2008

Analyzes media coverage of immigration since 1980 and how industry practices and new media have conditioned the public to associate immigration with illegality, crisis, controversy, and government failure, causing a stalemate in the policy debate.

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