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Popularity/access rank: Site number 8525 (.org extension); 239224 (global rank)
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TitleProject for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ) | Understanding News in the Information Age (view sites with similar title)
Category: News / Media / Journalism / Organizations
Description The Project for Excellence in Journalism is a research organization that specializes in using empirical methods to evaluate and study the performance of the press.
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Journalism - Site Review: Project for Excellence in Journalism and the Committee of Concerned Journalists - An initiative by journalists to clarify and raise the standards of American journalism through research and education.


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RSS | Email Sign Up. Primary links. Home. Numbers Our Data Library. Data Sets. Analysis Studies.
Commentaries and Backgrounders. Books. Indexes News Coverage Index. New Media Index. Campaign Index.
Talk Show Index. Daily Briefing Special Archives. State of the News Media 2012. 2011. 2010.
2009. 2008. 2007. 2006. 2005. 2004. Journalism Resources Principles of Journalism. JTools.
Books. Ethics Codes. CCJ. Job Links. Journalism Schools. Journalism Organizations. Advice to Students.
About PEJ Overview. The People of PEJ. Partners. FAQs. Contact Us. How to Use Our Site. Permissions.
Privacy Policy. Careers at PEJ. RSS Feeds. Contact Us. November 21, 2012 Daily Briefing on Hiatus The Daily Briefing will not be updated Thursday or Friday due to the holiday. The Briefing will return on Monday, November 26. Happy Thanksgiving.
Read the Complete Daily Briefing. Today's Lead. The Final Days of the ...



Popularity Rank of journalism.org
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239224 2013-05-15
211621 2013-05-01
201078 2013-04-15
235634 2013-04-01
178315 2013-03-15
163899 2013-03-01
173941 2013-02-15
223520 2013-01-30
206111 2013-01-08
130015 2012-11-17
93580 2011-12-06
112634 2011-08-13
171732 2010-06-10
245942 2009-05-28
158066 2008-12-23

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Server IP of journalism.org: 216.66.26.194 (hosted by Hurricane Electric)
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  1. RSS
  2. Home
  3. Numbers
  4. Our Data Library
  5. Data Sets
  6. Analysis
  7. Studies
  8. Commentaries and Backgrounders
  9. Books
  10. Indexes
  11. News Coverage Index
  12. New Media Index
  13. Campaign Index
  14. Talk Show Index
  15. Daily Briefing
  16. Special Archives
  17. State of the News Media
  18. Journalism Resources
  19. Principles of Journalism
  20. JTools
  21. Ethics Codes
  22. CCJ
  23. Job Links
  24. Journalism Schools
  25. Journalism Organizations
  26. Advice to Students
  27. About PEJ
  28. The People of PEJ
  29. Partners
  30. FAQs
  31. Contact Us
  32. How to Use Our Site
  33. Permissions
  34. Privacy Policy
  35. Careers at PEJ
  36. Where Journalists Risk Their Lives to Report
  37. 39% — On Twitter, Mixed Reviews for Opening Night at the Olympics
  38. 150% — As the Ratings War Intensifies, What Sets Morning News Apart?
  39. No. 5 — When Euro Zone Woes Make the News
  40. 33% — This Time Around, Less News from the Campaign
  41. 43% — One Year After bin Laden’s Death, a Political Slant to the Story
  42. 32% — Twitter Conversation about Student Loans is More Personal, Less Political
  43. 14% — The Media Stayed with the Trayvon Martin Story
  44. 0.3% — What Happened to Coverage of the “Arab Spring?”
  45. 1st — The Health Care Debate is Back in the News
  46. Internet Gains Most as Campaign News Source but Cable TV Still Leads:Social Media Doubles, but Remains Limited
  47. Social Media Debate Sentiment Less Critical of Obama than Polls and Press Are
  48. Future of Mobile News
  49. How Social and Traditional Media Differ in Treatment of the Conventions and Beyond
  50. How People Get Local News and Information in Different Communities
  51. The Master Character Narratives in Campaign 2012
  52. How the Presidential Candidates Use the Web and Social Media
  53. For Communication Grads, a Modest Job Recovery
  54. NMI — Apple Announcements Dominate the Blogosphere:
  55. NMI — How a Pop Tune Became the Hottest Social Media Meme : June 4 - 8, 2012
  56. NMI — Smartphone Speculation Soars on Social Media: May 28-June 1
  57. NCI — Presidential Election Leads the News: May 28 - June 3, 2012
  58. NMI — The Blogosphere Worries about Government Propaganda: May 21-25, 2012
  59. NCI — Cable News Drives Election Coverage: May 21-27, 2012
  60. NMI — Pop Culture is King in Social Media: May 14-20, 2012
  61. Transition at PEJ
  62. Who Owns the News Media 2012
  63. Send us your thoughts
  64. Latest from PewResearch.org
  65. Site Map
  66. Phase2 Technology



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