Journalists' Perceptions of Newspaper Quality

Henningham, John (1996) Journalists' Perceptions of Newspaper Quality. Australian Journalism Review, 18 1: 13-19.

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Author Henningham, John
Title Journalists' Perceptions of Newspaper Quality
Journal name Australian Journalism Review
Publication date 1996-12-01
Volume 18
Issue 1
Start page 13
End page 19
Subject 400101 Journalism
Abstract The article examines how Australian journalists rate their favourite papers and news media. On the assumption that journalists, as insiders and participants, have a particular insight into questions of quality, their collective judgments are arguably a useful measure of media performance.
Keyword Newspapers
News media
Journalists
media performace
Media quality

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: School of Journalism and Communication Publications
 
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