Texas Observer

Newspaper | Independent

The Texas Observer (also known as the Observer) is an American political newsmagazine published bi-weekly and based in Austin, Texas. Though nonpartisan, the publication has historically been an advocate for liberal political policies. [1] The Observer was founded by Frankie Randolph and founding editor Ronnie Dugger in Austin in 1954 to address topics ignored by daily newspapers in the state — such as issues affecting working people and concerning class and race.[2] Upon its founding, Dugger declared the paper's manifesto as "We will serve no group or party but will hew hard to the ... More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Newspaper
Audience: (English)
Political Viewpoint: Center
Owners: nonprofit_organization
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Location: Austin, US
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Edited By: Kaizar Campwala
Last Edit: Jun 17, 2008 - 9:06 PM PDT
Story Stats
Top Authors: Robert Wilder (1), Abby Rapoport (1), Patricia Kilday Hart (1), Josh Rosenblatt (1), Forrest Wilder (1), Jon Roberts (1), Melissa Del Bosque (1)
Top Formats: Special Report (3), Opinion (1), News Analysis (1), Review (1), Investigative Report (1)
 
 
 
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Overall Rating
4.1

Good
from 48 story reviews
Quality
4.1
Facts
4.0
Fairness
4.1
Information
4.3
Insight
3.7
Sourcing
4.2
Style
3.9
Accuracy
4.2
Balance
3.5
Context
4.1
Depth
3.3
Enterprise
3.7
Expertise
3.3
Originality
3.7
Relevance
4.1
Transparency
4.0
Responsibility
3.7
Popularity
3.9
Recommendation
4.2
Credibility
3.8
# Reviews
3.6
# Views
5.0
# Likes
1.0
# Emails
1.0
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