Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

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The Daily Telegraph is a British broadsheet newspaper founded in 1855. Its sister paper, The Sunday Telegraph, was founded in 1961. In November 2005, the Telegraph was the highest selling British broadsheet, with a certified average daily circulation of 904,955. This compared with a circulation of 692,581 for The Times, 261,193 for The Independent, and 378,618 for The Guardian.[1] According to a MORI survey conducted in 2004, 61% of Telegraph readers were Conservative Party supporters compared with 31% of the general population - hence some people dubbing it The Torygraph.[2] More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Newspaper
Audience: Large audience (500K-1M) (English)
Political Viewpoint: Right
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Edited By: Rod Amis
Last Edit: Jun 30, 2006 - 4:36 PM PDT
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Top Authors: Tim Shipman (12), Louise Gray (11), Ambrose Evans Pritchard (7), Toby Harnden (7), Con Coughlin (6), Philip Sherwell (5), Thomas Harding (5), Damien Mcelroy (5), David Blair (5), Alex Spillius (4), James Kirkup (4), Richard Gray (4), Telegraph Staff (4), Adrian Blomfield (4), Malcolm Moore (3)...
Top Formats: News Report (143), Opinion (33), News (32), Special Report (15), News Analysis (14), Editorial (3), Comment (2), Other (2), Investigative Report (2), Comedy News (1), Poll (1), Entertainment (1), Statement (1)
 

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Overall Rating
3.2

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from 850 story reviews
Quality
3.1
Facts
3.1
Fairness
3.0
Information
3.4
Insight
3.0
Sourcing
2.8
Style
3.1
Accuracy
3.3
Balance
2.6
Context
3.0
Depth
2.6
Enterprise
2.8
Expertise
3.0
Originality
3.2
Relevance
3.4
Transparency
2.6
Responsibility
3.3
Popularity
3.0
Recommendation
2.9
Credibility
3.1
# Reviews
2.6
# Views
4.3
# Likes
1.6
# Emails
1.0
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