The Week

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The Week is the name taken by three weekly newsmagazines founded in the United Kingdom. All three iterations of the magazine were noted for a witty, trenchant and political review of events[citation needed], and employed an approach that summarizes and contextualizes news and opinion writing from other publications. The Week is currently published in both UK and U.S. editions by Dennis Publishing Ltd.. More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Magazine
Audience: Medium audience (100-500K) (English)
Political Viewpoint: Neutral viewpoint
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Edited By: Fabrice Florin
Last Edit: Oct 21, 2006 - 1:39 AM PDT
Story Stats
Top Topics: U.S. (15), Politics (13), Business (8), Republicans (7), World (4), Obama Administration (4), U.S. Economy (4), Health (3), Sci/Tech (3), Presidential Election 2008 (3), Media (3), Democrats (3), Foreign Policy (2), Psychology (2), John McCain (2)...
Top Authors: Robert Shrum (4), David Frum (1), Bob Shrum (1), Will Wilkinson (1), Ed Morrissey (1), Brad Delong (1), Jonathan Haidt (1), Francis Wilkinson (1)
Top Formats: Opinion (11), News Analysis (6), Special Report (2), Review (1)
 
 
 
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Ratings

Overall Rating
3.6

Good
from 67 story reviews
Quality
3.7
Facts
3.5
Fairness
3.7
Information
3.6
Insight
3.6
Sourcing
3.3
Style
3.9
Accuracy
3.5
Balance
2.9
Context
3.7
Depth
2.9
Enterprise
3.3
Expertise
3.1
Originality
3.8
Relevance
4.1
Transparency
2.4
Responsibility
3.9
Popularity
3.7
Recommendation
3.8
Credibility
3.6
# Reviews
3.4
# Views
5.0
# Likes
1.0
# Emails
1.1
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