Over 21,000 Journalists Speak On One Day?

Can a committed band of hundreds of volunteer media monitors actually cover thousands of those who cover us in the news media each day? Well, dear reader, that is exactly what happened on the WACC Global Media Monitoring Day that generated the stats for the 2010 GMMP report, to be released 29 September 2010….but how many journalists and news presenters’ work was actually reviewed? 10,000? 21,000? 35,000? Your guess…fill out the GMMP Question of the Day poll below and find out by click through to vote and read the answer below…

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  1. The answer is true – in fact the news stories monitored on 10 November 2009 for WACC’s Global Media Monitoring Project (GMMP) by hundreds of volunteers around the world were reported, announced or presented by 21,813 news staff. Join journalists at a webinar and a roundtable in NYC on September 20, 2010 to discuss the implications of the GMMP findings for news media practice – for more information http://bit.ly/WhoMakesTheNewsNewsroom . For more GMMP 2010 information, please go http://www.whomakesthenews.org

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