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The goal of watchdog journalism is to see that people in power provide information the public should have. The Nieman Watchdog Journalism Project grows from this premise and this goal: to help the press ask penetrating questions, critical questions, questions that matter, questions not yet asked about today's news. NiemanWatchdog.org seeks to encourage more informed reporting by putting journalists in contact with authorities who can suggest appropriate, probing questions and who can serve as resources. More » (Source: Nieman Watchdog)

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Media: Online
Audience: (English)
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Edited By: Jon Mitchell
Last Edit: Feb 9, 2011 - 1:09 PM PST
Story Stats
Top Topics: Media (19), Politics (14), Journalism (13), U.S. (13), Business (10), Media and Politics (8), Health (4), Social Networks (4), Education (3), Health Care (3), Bush Administration (3), News Literacy (3), Internet (3), New Media (3), U.S. Economy (3)...
Top Authors: Dan Froomkin (4), Andrew Phelps (3), Justin Ellis (3), Gilbert Cranberg (2), Megan Garber (2), Barry Sussman (2), Us Army (1), Nikki Usher (1), William E Odom (1), Joshua Benton (1), John A Byrne (1), Morton Mintz (1), Andrea Pitzer (1), John Hanrahan (1), Lieutenant General William E Odom (1)...
Top Formats: Opinion (11), News Report (5), News Analysis (5), Comment (2), News (2), Not Sure (1), Special Report (1)
 
 
 
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Ratings

Overall Rating
3.6

Good
from 96 story reviews
Quality
3.7
Facts
3.7
Fairness
3.8
Information
3.7
Insight
3.9
Sourcing
3.3
Style
3.9
Accuracy
3.8
Balance
3.3
Context
3.8
Depth
3.4
Enterprise
3.4
Expertise
3.7
Originality
4.0
Relevance
4.0
Transparency
3.8
Responsibility
4.0
Popularity
3.3
Recommendation
3.9
Credibility
3.9
# Reviews
3.2
# Views
5.0
# Likes
1.1
# Emails
1.0
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