Daily Mail

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The Daily Mail is a British newspaper and the oldest tabloid, first published in 1896. It is Britain's second biggest-selling daily newspaper after The Sun and arguably the most conservative in viewpoint. Its sister paper, the Mail on Sunday was launched in 1982, and an Irish version of the paper was launched on 6 February 2006. The Daily Mail was Britain's first daily newspaper aimed at what is now considered the middle-market and the first to sell 1 million copies a day. The Daily Mail is often criticised and poked fun at on many TV shows for its often xenophobic and casually racist ... More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Newspaper
Audience: Very large audience (1M or more) (English)
Political Viewpoint: Right
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Location: United Kingdom
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Edited By: Ezra Fox
Last Edit: Jul 24, 2007 - 1:52 PM PDT
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Top Formats: News Report (33), News (14), Opinion (7), Special Report (4), News Analysis (3), Review (3), Other (1), Speech (1)
 
 
 
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Overall Rating
3.1

Average
from 164 story reviews
Quality
3.2
Facts
3.3
Fairness
2.9
Information
3.3
Insight
3.0
Sourcing
3.2
Style
3.4
Accuracy
3.4
Balance
2.7
Context
3.2
Depth
3.4
Enterprise
3.5
Expertise
2.8
Originality
3.0
Relevance
3.8
Transparency
2.2
Responsibility
3.0
Popularity
3.2
Recommendation
3.5
Credibility
3.0
# Reviews
2.0
# Views
5.0
# Likes
1.0
# Emails
1.0
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